CONFIRMED: Harry Kane signs new SIX-YEAR Tottenham Hotspur contract

  • CONFIRMED: Harry Kane signs new SIX-YEAR Tottenham Hotspur contract

CONFIRMED: Harry Kane signs new SIX-YEAR Tottenham Hotspur contract

The prolific striker follows manager Mauricio Pochettino in committing his future to Spurs, who finished third in the Premier League last term.

A two-time victor of the Premier League Golden Boot was recently revealed as the most valuable player in world football and is widely considered as one of the best finishers in Europe at the moment.

The announcement for the new contract came in a rather novel manner as the club posted a brief video update showing the progress in construction at the new stadium.

"I'm really excited, it's a proud day", Kane told the club website.

"Obviously it's been a great few seasons and I'm looking forward to the future".

Tottenham played their home fixtures at Wembley Stadium for the entirety of last season.

He made his debut in an August 2011 Europa League tie with Hearts and has had loan spells at Leyton Orient, Millwall, Norwich and Leicester.

Kane can expect to take home more than double the £110,000 per week that he now earns at Tottenham, bringing him on par with some of the Premier League's best-paid stars.

The England worldwide was in superb form for Spurs this past, netting 41 goal across all competitions.

That saw Kane break Alan Shearer's calendar year record for Premier League goals, with 39, including back-to-back hat-tricks against Burnley and Southampton at the end of the year.

Thierry Henry caught up with England captain Harry Kane to discuss his plans for next season, the pressure on England at the World Cup and who was his childhood footballing hero. He became the Club's leading scorer in the Premier League era, surpassing Teddy Sheringham's total of 97, while he has also joined the elite group of players to score 100 Premier League goals, doing so in just 141 games. I'm just excited to keep on the train and see where it can go.