Harry Kane has committed his long-term future to Tottenham Hotspur and penned a new deal that expires in 2022 – ending recent speculation linking him with the likes of Manchester United.

The 23-year-old striker signed a five-and-a-half year contract with Spurs in February 2015. However the club have been forced to reward him with a new improved deal to ward off potential suitors, with the England international establishing himself as one of Europe's most coveted strikers.

Real Madrid were linked with his services during the summer, while last month the Daily Mirror reported Manchester United were closely monitoring the situation. Yet, it was said that the negotiations between Kane's agent and Tottenham were stalled amid the striker demands to earn in excess of £100,000-a-week ($126.000-a-week).

But Tottenham have now dead those rumours by revealing an agreement for Kane to remain at White Hart Lane until 2022. The club have not disclosed the terms of the deal but, according to The Guardian, it is worth around £125,000 a week.

"Everyone knows what I feel for this club," Kane said. "To sign another contract is a special feeling. We have got a great young squad and the club is moving in the right direction."

The England international is the latest Tottenham star to commit his future to the club in recent months, following the likes of Kyle Walker, Danny Rose, Christian Eriksen, Eric Dier, Dele Alli, Harry Winks, Tom Carroll and Cameron Carter-Vickers

Pochettino himself committed his own future to the club until 2021 and is now reportedly set to continue the same policy with Hugo Lloris, Jan Vertonghen and Erik Lamela.