Kyle Walker and Danny Rose sign new contracts at Spurs

Tottenham's Kyle Walker
Kyle Walker has made only three appearances in his two years at Spurs

Spurs youngsters Kyle Walker and Danny Rose have signed new long-term contracts with the Premier League club.

The England Under-21 pair spent most of last season on loan at Championship clubs.

Right-back Walker, 21, has agreed a contract until 2016; winger Rose, also 21, has signed on until 2015.

Walker was called into the England senior squad last season after impressing on loan at Villa.

He arrived at White Hart Lane from Sheffield United, along with Kyle Naughton, in the summer of 2009, and has since been loaned back to the Blades, and to QPR and Villa.

Rose, who moved to Spurs from Leeds four years ago, rose to prominence with a stunning goal scored against north London rivals Arsenal on his league debut last year, and then joined Bristol City in September 2010 on loan, for whom he made 17 appearances.

He ended the season in the Spurs side at left-back, playing in the final four matches of the season.

Both men were part of Stuart Pearce's England Under-21 squad at last month's European Championships.

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