Tottenham Hotspur will announce another major new contract signing in the coming days, according to manager Mauricio Pochettino.
On Tuesday (12 September), Eric Dier signed a new contract at White Hart Lane, extending his stay at the club until 2021. It comes days after Christian Eriksen put an end to speculation over his future, signing a contract extension that will keep him in north London until 2020.
Tottenham are in the process of tying a number of first-team players down to new deals, with various reports claiming talks are progressing with Kyle Walker, Danny Rose, Jan Vertonghen and Erik Lamela.
And speaking to the press ahead of Tottenham's Champions League opener against Monaco, Pochettino said another new deal will be finalised very soon.
"I can promise that maybe in the next few days there will appear another player with the same news that happened for Eric Dier," Pochettino said, Sky Sports reported.
Pochettino signed a new contract with the club at the end of last season following speculation linking him with the Manchester United job, before Jose Mourinho's arrival at Old Trafford. And the Argentine is hopeful more members of his squad will follow the same path.
"It is very important for the club, not only for me. It is true that we [Pochettino and his backroom team] showed our commitment to the club when we signed a new deal and for the players it is important to show their commitment with the club and it is important for the future."
Tottenham play their first game in the Champions League in five years when they welcome Monaco to Wembley on Wednesday (14 September). Pochettino will be without first-choice left-back Danny Rose who is still carrying a hamstring injury, but Mousa Dembele could make his first appearance of the season.