Spurs have been busy extending the contracts of their key players this year and that highlights how serious Pochettino and chairman Daniel Levy are about keeping hold of their best talents.
Kyle Walker-Peters has signed a new contract at Tottenham to keep him at the club until 2020.
"We are delighted to announce that Kyle Walker-Peters has signed a new contract with the Club until 2020", a statement read on Tottenham's official website.
The England youth worldwide, an Under-20 World Cup-winner with England this year, progressed through the Spurs academy after joining in 2013.
Spurs made the announcement earlier this morning on Twitter, showing Walker Peters putting pen to paper on his new deal.
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The defender has returned following the break in confident form and his displays in training and friendlies in pre-season have been enough to convince Pochettino he is worthy of a place in the first team squad.
"I am over the moon at the moment", Walker-Peters said after signing the extension.
Walker-Peters joined the club's academy in 2013 and has been a regular at under-23 level, knocking on the door for a first team call-up.