Danny Rose wants to commit his future to Tottenham Hotspur following the conclusion of the club’s Champions League defeat to Liverpool.
The Independent report that the left-back who has two years left to remain on his contract in North London would be keen to sign a longer term deal if it is offered to him.
Rose is Tottenham’s longest-serving player having been at the club since joining from Leeds United in July 2007.
He hit the headlines recently when he revealed that he was the subject of transfer interest from an unnamed club who wanted to check if he was crazy before signing him (talkSPORT); after Rose had previously spoken about his battles with depression (Guardian).
The England international has shown this season that he has rediscovered some of his best form after battling back from niggling injuries and is, without doubt, Tottenham’s first-choice left back ahead of Ben Davies.
Rose certainly offers more going forward than the Welshman and his pace allows him to venture further into the final third compared to Davies who is more of a safe and sensible defender.
Danny Rose has been one of the club’s most consistent performers this season and one of the very few who can say they performed to an acceptable standard on Saturday.
He plays with passion and deserves a new deal; after twelve years at the club without a trophy he has more than proven his worth to the cause.
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