Hugo Lloris has signed a new five year contract at Tottenham Hotspur, the club have confirmed.
The France international has brought an end to speculation over his future by committing to a new deal at White Hart Lane that will keep him at the club until 2019.
A new deal for Lloris becomes Mauricio Pochettino's first major move at the club following his arrival from Southampton and the Frenchman has revealed the new managerial appointment had a key role in his decision to sign a new deal.
"I spoke with the chairman and I know the club is as ambitious as ever," Lloris told the club's official website. "It's very important to feel at home at a club and for my family to feel well. I enjoy a great relationship with the club and the fans. The arrival of Mauricio Pochettino is important as well. I have a good feeling with him. He is also ambitious.
"Everything is clear in my head and if I've signed a new contract it's because I trust the club and I'm sure we will progress in a positive way.
"Last season wasn't the season we all hoped for but we were still able to finish sixth in the league. We know where we have to improve, the club also knows and there is a feeling and a confident connection between the club and the players."
Lloris was signed by former Spurs manager Andre Villas-Boas in the summer of 2012 for £8m and has swiftly established himself as one of the finest goalkeepers in the Premier League.
The 27-year-old captained France in all six of their World Cup games before being eliminated by Argentina in the quarter-finals.