TOTTENHAM have confirmed that Kyle Walker-Peters will remain at Saints until the end of the season.

As previously reported by the Daily Echo, the two clubs came to an agreement before the June 23 cut-off date.

And now the north London side have released a statement confirming the deal, as well as a host of other extensions.

A statement read: “We can confirm that defender Jan Vertonghen and goalkeeper Michel Vorm have agreed to extend their existing contracts with the club until the end of the 2019-20 season.

“Both players’ contracts were due to expire at the end of this month and this extension means they will now be available to play for us for the remainder of the current Premier League season.

“We have also agreed to extend the loans of Danny Rose (Newcastle United), Kyle Walker-Peters (Southampton), Jack Clarke and Luke Amos (both QPR), Brandon Austin (Viborg) and Armando Shashoua (Atletico Baleares) until the end of their respective league seasons.”

Since arriving from Spurs in January, Walker-Peters has made just one appearance, coming against Burnley in February.

He was brought in by Ralph Hasenhuttl to fill the void left by Cedric.

The Portuguese international joined Arsenal in January, with his Saints contract expiring on June 30.

Walker-Peters started on the bench during the win against Norwich but came on in the final few minutes.