The Belgian has been a crucial player in Tottenham's defence as well as showing off his ball playing abilities with driving runs forward.
"It's important you enjoy the journey, whether I end up at Tottenham for the next 15 years and retire here (or leave)", he told Sky Sports, as reported by The Sun. You never say what's going to happen in the future, no-one knows, no-one can predict it. 'It's a good place to be and with the manager we've got here, I can't see many better places for me personally to improve. "I think it's important for me not to get too carried away by what will happen in the future".
Spurs have challenged for the title for two successive seasons and are primed to finish the current campaign strongly ahead of their two remaining fixtures against Leicester and Hull City.
Though Spurs have secured second place in the Premier League they will end the campaign without a major trophy for the 17 time in 18 seasons.
"It's frustrating when we've played as well as we have, it's very frustrating when you don't have anything to show for it. We look at the positives and it's a great place for us to build from".
Alli also had some bad news for Premier League defenders as he warned them that he is becoming even better in front of goal.
True to recent form, England struggled to make much headway on the worldwide stage initially, crashing out in the group stages of the 2018 World Cup after failing to get the better of Croatia, Ivory Coast and Mexico 2018.
"However, it is also a sombre occasion upon which the club formally hands over its home of 118 years - one filled with so many special memories for us".
"I'm not looking to change, because it's not something that's going to come out of me".
King has got a lot of developing to do but that would not be a problem because I think Mauricio Pochettino likes players that he can work on. But we can expect Daniel Levy to do everything in his power to keep hold of Dele, and other valuable assets, until the new stadium opens.