"The best signing of this transfer window is, by some distance, the new 5.5 year deal that "... See reaction at http://t.co/mL91TT5go6— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) February 2, 2015
The BBC was among the first sources to confirm the news after Tottenham announced the forward had agreed to a five-and-a-half year deal which takes him through to 2020.
Kane has been in awesome form so far this season notching up his 20th goal in all competitions during Tottenham’s 3-0 win against West Brom last weekend.
The club have to be praised for showing the intelligence to move quickly over getting his long term future secured, as some big sides could have started taking a look at signing him this summer.
The challenge for Kane is to now find a way that he can get more out of his game at Tottenham and he’ll already be looking to improve his quality.
The challenge for Tottenham and Mauricio Pochettino is keeping him injury free, finding the right system to get the most out of him and finding a way to prevent him from becoming complacent.