Tottenham's rising star Andros Townsend is set to put pen to paper on a new deal which will earn him £2million a year, according to the Independent.
The 22-year-old, who made headlines this weekend after scoring a stunning goal on his England debut against Montenegro, has reportedly agreed to a new deal at Spurs which is vastly improved on his current one- thought to be around £6,000-a-week.
Townsend has endured a tough start to his career, being sent out on loan no less than nine times by Tottenham, including to QPR last season. However it seems to be paying dividends now as the youngster is enjoying a profitable start to this campaign.
The Tottenham starlet is now in contention for a starting place in England's all important qualifier against Poland on Tuesday, and will be looking to impress yet again.
His form so far this term has already drawn comparisons with the man many are tipping him to become the long-term replacement for, Gareth Bale.