Dele Alli has said that he hopes to continue his improvement after penning a new six-year contract extension at Tottenham Hotspur.
The Spurs midfielder has been one of the Premier League‘s star players ever since he made his £5million bargain move from MK Dons in 2016, scoring 48 goals and providing 41 assists in his 153 appearances for the North London club.
Having committed his future to the club until 2024, the England international has said he wants to continue his development and start to win trophies.
“I’m very thankful to the Club, happy to finally sort it out,” Alli told the official Tottenham website.
“The Club has been fantastic to me, helped me to improve with a great manager, great group of players and I couldn’t see myself improving as a player anywhere else.
“It’s been a good few years but I don’t look too much into the past. I want to keep improving and I feel I’m at a great club to do that.
“The manager, the players, the staff here… it would be difficult for me not to improve. I’ll keep working hard every day and keep listening to the manager. Every player wants to start winning things and hopefully we can do that here.”