Spurs winger Andros Townsend has been in top form lately and is set to pen a new five-year deal with Spurs, according to the Daily Mail.
The 22-year-old winger had a dream England debut against Montenegro at Wembley on Friday evening, scoring a goal and assisting another in a 4-1 win and subsequently being awarded with the Man of the Match award.
Townsend has also been a first-team regular for Spurs in the absence of compatriot Aaron Lennon, with manager André Villas-Boas making Townsend a regular name in the starting eleven at White Hart Lane for the majority of the new season.
The deal is said to be completed when Townsend returns from international duty on Wednesday. It will surely now give him a a significant boost to his wage packet and will also stave off interest from other Premier League clubs that have been monitoring the Spurs man's contract situation closely.
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