Tottenham youngsters Jake Livermore and Tom Carroll sign new contracts to keep them at White Hart Lane until 2016

Spurs have extended the stay of two of their most promising players, with both breaking into the first-team squad this season in the Premier League and Europa League
Tottenham have announced that youngsters Jake Livermore and Tom Carroll have both signed new contracts, extending their stay at the club until 2016.

Livermore has appeared in 18 of Spurs' 21 games in all competitions so far this season, with the 22-year-old scoring his first goal for the north London club in their 5–0 Europa League first-leg play-off victory over Hearts in the summer.

Carroll made his Tottenham debut in the clash with Hearts in August, and the former Leyton Orient player has since made several first-team appearances for Spurs, and broken into the England under-21 set-up.

Harry Redknapp's side travel to Stoke on Sunday as they look to continue their fine of form which has seen them climb to third place in the Premier League table, two points behind second-placed Manchester United with a game in hand.