Tottenham Hotspur have handed youngster Joshua Oluwayemi a two-year deal.
Tottenham Hotspur announced on Monday that Harry Winks and Ben Davies had signed new deals in North London.
The Spurs duo committed their future until the year 2024 in a double boost for manager Mauricio Pochettino.
But there was also an under-the-radar extension it seems.
Tottenham goalkeeper Joshua Oluwayemi revealed on his Instagram page that he too had put pen to paper on a new contract, signing until 2021.
The 18-year-old wrote: “Happy to sign a two year professional contract for @spursofficial until 2021.”
It’s a wise decision by the Lilywhites.
After all, Oluwayemi appears to have a very bright future. The England youth international conceded only 13 times in the Premier League Under-18 division last term, keeping clean sheets in eight of his 17 appearances – no goalkeeper in the league kept more.
He has a very long way to go before he is challenging in Pochettino’s senior side, but Oluwayemi, who joined Spurs’ academy in 2017, certainly seems to be on the right track.