By Tony Hughes

Harry Winks has become the latest Tottenham player to commit to a long-term contract, it was announced on Friday morning.

Spurs revealed on their official Twitter account that the highly regarded young midfielder, 20, has penned a new five-year deal.

Winks follows senior midfielder duo Christian Eriksen and Eric Dier in agreeing a deal that runs until 2021.

It replaces the central midfielder’s previous agreement, which was due to expire in 2019.

Manager Mauricio Pochettino has demonstrated his faith in the England Under-20 international by naming him in the matchday squad on a number of occasions this season.

Winks was an unused substitute against Everton and Stoke and come off the bench in the final minute of the 1-1 draw against Liverpool before the international break.

The youngster has made four appearances for the Spurs first team after following in a long line of academy graduates to be promoted to the senior set-up by Pochettino.

Spurs announced on Tuesday that Dier had signed a new contract, which came after Eriksen committed to fresh terms a week earlier.

In other Tottenham news, fans have taken to Twitter to call for a first-team chance to this player ahead of the Sunderland clash.