Harry Kane has told Tottenham fans he's "delighted" to sign a new six-year contract at the club.
Kane will earn around £200k a week, however bonus clauses in the contract could take his annual earnings north of £15million.
In total, Kane has racked up 213 appearances for Spurs, and has scored 140 goals, and it has been widely reported that his new deal has broken the club's previously watertight wage structure.
Kane came through the youth system at White Hart Lane, and after a series of loan spells to gain experience and increase his development, he made his Tottenham debut in the Europa League against Hearts in August 2011.
Kane's current deal was until 2022.
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First and foremost, Kane's new contract is a strong indicator of Spurs' lofty aspirations. The club needs to reward Kane's loyalty with investments, that will surround Kane with players capable of matching his targets and winning the trophies that he could have won elsewhere. It's been a great few seasons, so I'm looking forward to the future.
This past season, Mauricio Pochettino's side finished third in the Premier League and crashed out of the UEFA Champions League at the round of 16 stage, despite being in a strong position after the first leg.
Despite England's 2-0 victory over Costa Rica, former England worldwide Paul Mariner was not pleased with the team's uninspired performance.
Kane heads to the World Cup as captain of his country after an extraordinary rise in recent seasons, and said he never stopped believing in himself.
And the partnership will now continue, despite previous calls for Kane to leave Spurs and look to forge a path elsewhere. I'm just excited to keep on the train and see where it can go. "It's been a great season, like always the aim is to try to improve so hopefully I can do that this summer and obviously next season as well".