Tottenham Hotspur reportedly expect to announce a new contract for Son Heung-min in the near future.
The South Korea international has been a revelation in North London since his arrival in 2015, contributing 70 goals and 43 assists from 197 appearances in the Premier League.
With just two years remaining on his contract, the Spurs hierarchy have been eager to extend the player's contract past the end of 2022-23.
According to Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, all parties are now confident that fresh terms will be confirmed in the coming weeks after extensive discussions.
The deal is reported to be "a long-term agreement", also handing the 28-year-old a pay rise at a time when Harry Kane's future at the club remains in doubt.