By London correspondent Tony Hughes

Tom Carroll has become the latest Tottenham player to commit to a long-term contract, it was announced on Friday evening.

Spurs revealed on their official Twitter account that the central midfielder, 24, has penned a new three-year deal.

The fresh agreement for the 24-year-old academy graduate will run until 2019.

Carroll has become the second Tottenham player of the day to sign extended terms after fellow academy graduate Harry Winks penned a five-year deal earlier on Friday.

The youngsters follows senior midfield duo Christian Eriksen and Eric Dier, who have also committed their long-term futures to the London giants over the last week.

Manager Mauricio Pochettino has demonstrated his faith in Carroll by regularly naming him in the matchday squad in recent seasons.

However, the midfielder has only figured once for the senior team this season, when he came off the bench in the final minute of the 1-0 win over Crystal Palace last month.

Carroll has made 54 appearances for the Spurs first team, scoring three goals and providing five assists. He has also had loan spells at Swansea, QPR, Derby and Leyton Orient

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.