Son Heung-min has pledged his future to Tottenham, with the South Korea star signing a new contract to keep him at the club until 2025.
Son joined Spurs from Bayer Leverkusen in 2015 and has gone on to establish himself as one of the Premier League’s best forwards, scoring 107 goals and providing 64 assists across 280 appearances in all competitions.
A key player under both Mauricio Pochettino and Jose Mourinho, Son's previous contract was due to run out in 2023.
However, Tottenham have moved to secure the future of the 29-year-old, who should play a big part in new manager Nuno Espirito Santo's team
Son said: "It was already a big honour to play here for six years, the club have showed me massive, massive respect and obviously I'm very happy to be here.
"It's like home, especially with the fans, the players, the staff. There was no decision. It was easy. I'm so happy to be here and will be so glad to see the fans again soon."
Fabio Paratici, Spurs' new managing director of football, said: "We are pleased to have agreed a new long-term contract with Son as we move towards the start of a new season and a new chapter for the club with Nuno Espirito Santo.
"Everyone can see the real positive impact he has on the club, both on and off the field, and we are delighted that he will play a part in what we are trying to achieve in the coming years."
Son’s link-up play with Kane has been a driving force for Spurs in recent times, with their partnership thriving last season.
Indeed, by early March, the duo had directly combined for 14 league goals, surpassing the record previously held by Alan Shearer and Chris Sutton, who managed 13 when one set up the other in Blackburn Rovers' 1994-95 title winning season.
While Kane finished as the league's leading scorer, with 23 goals, Son contributed a further 17 to Spurs' cause, averaging a strike every 183 minutes.
Kane also topped the assist charts, with 14 from 49 chances created, though Son was more creative on the whole, crafting 75 goalscoring opportunities and registering 10 assists.
However, while Son will be at Tottenham heading into 2021-22, Kane's future is far from certain.
The England captain is said to be keen to leave Spurs, with widespread reports claiming he is aiming to secure a move to Manchester City.
Talks of a £100million offer from City surfaced during Euro 2020, while reports this week have suggested a £160million fee would be enough to persuade Spurs to sell their talisman.
It remains to be seen if City will lodge a formal offer, and in the meantime Spurs are set to confirm the loan signing of Atalanta goalkeeper Pierluigi Gollini – their first arrival under Nuno.