Dele Alli's decision to commit to Tottenham for the next six years was based on the fact that Mauricio Pochettino will remain manager for the foreseeable.
Tottenham beat West Ham 3-1 in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday night, leaving them in the quarter-finals as they chase their first trophy since 2008.
Dele Alli has signed a new deal at Tottenham which will see him earn up to £150,000 a week
They will face Arsenal next in that competition with 22-year-old Alli confident he can achieve everything he wants to win at Tottenham under Pochettino.
‘He’s a massive part of wanting to be at this club,’ Alli said. ‘As players, you work with the gaffer, you want to have a good relationship with the manager and we all feel like we’ve got that here.
‘He’s a very nice guy but at the same time, he can’t be too nice. Everyone has got a lot of respect for him. You don’t want to get on his bad side.
‘We all love the way we work, the style of play, we all want to be a part of it. He’s done a lot for me so far and hopefully he can keep helping me improve.
Alli has revealed that Mauricio Pochettino has played a big role in his decision to renew
‘As a young professional, I had to think about what is best for my career and where I can improve.