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Published: 14:42 | 12/1/16

Alli pens Spurs extension

Dele Alli has signed a new five-year contract with Tottenham that will tie him to White Hart Lane until 2021.

Alli moved to Tottenham from MK Dons in the summer and he has enjoyed an impressive debut season in the Premier League, scoring five goals in 18 appearances for the team.

The 19-year-old has also broken into the England team, making his debut against Estonia before earning his first full cap in November's friendly win against France, and he is in line for a place in the squad for next summer's Euro 2016 finals.

"When I signed here I wanted to play for Tottenham and I wasn't thinking of going anywhere else at the time," Alli told Spurs TV.

"The manager and everyone has helped me a lot - luckily I've broken in (to the first team) and got games.

"I've shown people what I can do and want to establish myself as a Premier League player.

"But I'm 19. I've still got a lot to learn and I can't think of a better place at the minute to do that."

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