Tottenham are reportedly set to reward Son Heung-min with a bumper new contract.
The North London club have now switched their attention to trying to tie down several of their first-team stars to long-term deals.
And according to the Daily Mail, an extension for Son is ‘understood to be a priority’, with a ‘sharp increase’ on his current wages of around £150,000 a week.
The 28-year-old has returned to top form since Jose Mourinho’s arrival and has already scored eight times in seven games this term, with the latest coming in the 3-3 draw against West Ham on Sunday.
The South Korean forward has also proved to be a lucrative commodity to Tottenham’s commercial team due to his superstar status in Asia.
However, Son will enter the final two years of his contract next summer.
And Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is believed to have an ‘unwritten rule’ that he does not allow players to go into the last 24 months of deals to try and prevent them eventually leaving on a free.
Sprs want to avoid any uncertainty over his future as the former Hamburg and Leverkusen ace enters the prime of his career by securing him long-term.