David Bentley admitted he 'loved every minute' as he marked his first appearance with a goal in Friday's 2-0 win against Celtic in the Feyenoord Jubileum Tournament.
The midfielder entered the fray as a second half substitute and was in the right place at the right time to tap home Gareth Bale's cross with 79 minutes on the clock at Feyenoord's famous De Kuip stadium.
Darren Bent maintained his superb form in front of goal with the opener after 24 minutes as we completely dominated against the Scottish Premier League champions
"It's always difficult when you first come into a club and I just wanted to make a good start and hit the ground running because I haven't played any games yet," beamed a delighted David afterwards.
"To get a goal - I'm delighted.
"It's tough getting back into the swing of things, the training is hard graft and there is nothing like playing games.
"I loved every minute of it out there and I'm looking to give my all for Tottenham."
His next chance will come against Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund in our second and final match in the tournament on Sunday, kicking-off at 4.45pm UK time.