By London correspondent Tony Hughes

Harry Winks has quadrupled his wages to £20,000-a-week after signing a new Tottenham contract, Football Insider sources understand.

Spurs confirmed on their official Twitter account on Thursday morning that midfielder Winks has put pen to paper on a new agreement that runs until 2021.

It replaces the 20-year-old’s previous deal, which was due to expire in 2019, and is regarded by the high-flying north Londoners as reward for his development.

A Tottenham source has told Football Insider that Winks’ contract is worth £20,000-a-week, and £4.7million in total.

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

Manager Mauricio Pochettino has demonstrated his faith in Winks by naming him in the matchday squad on a number of occasions this season.

The England Under-20 internationals 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.

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