Tottenham midfielder is in the best form of his career at the club.
It's fair to say Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Moussa Sissoko struggled to make a positive impact during his first two seasons at the club.
Now the Frenchman is playing at a new level, and his last two performances against Chelsea and Inter Milan have shown why Spurs paid £30 million for him.
Sissoko has the full support of fans, his manager and his teammates.
Is it really beyond the realms of possibility that Tottenham decide to hand him a contract extension?
The prospect of Spurs deciding to announce a new deal for Sissoko would have been met with derision and possibly anger in recent seasons.
Now it would generate a positive, welcoming response.
Sissoko is almost midway through his five-year deal at the club, which expires in summer 2021.
Tottenham like to extend their player's contracts early, recently evidenced by Dele Alli signing a renewal until 2023.
Sissoko is 29 and Tottenham will not want to tie him down into his mid-30s, but they will want to protect their investment and avoid losing him on a free transfer when his deal expires.
If they can push this further down the track and extend his deal by a couple of seasons, it would make a lot of sense.
A famous picture of manager Mauricio Pochettino posing with his arm around Moussa Sissoko after signing a new deal could suddenly be possible after all.
If it happens, he deserves it.
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