Tottenham are on the verge of offering forward Son Heung-Min a new two-year contract at the club, according to a report.

The Evening Standard state that Spurs want to repay the attacker for his commitment and fine performances he consistently put in for the North Londoners.

Heung-min’s current deal is believed to be worth around £60,000-per-week and runs until 2020.

Despite dropping down in the pecking order following Erik Lamela’s return from a long-term injury, Daniel Levy will be eager to ensure they keep the South Korean happy at the club.

Heung-Min is behind only Harry Kane, in terms of goals scored this season, and has notched up 13 goals and nine assists in 40 outings.

Efforts against Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League and Liverpool on the domestic scene have meant that the 25-year-old has become a favourite of supporters of the Lillywhites.

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Fans love the commitment and positivity their Korean ace plays with and are pleased that the club are set to offer the player improved terms.

Spurs host Huddersfield Town at Wembley in their pursuit of Champions League qualification for next season.

Victory will increase the gap between themselves and Chelsea in fifth to five points with the Blues not in action until Sunday against Manchester City.

Here is a selection of responses on Twitter to the news of Heung-Min’s improved contract offer:

https://twitter.com/SkillfulSonny/status/969620654893957120

https://twitter.com/mkyumae/status/969560545853624320

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