Fraizer Campbell stepped off the training pitches at Spurs Lodge and declared: "I can't wait to pull the shirt on."
Our loan signing from Manchester United joined his new team-mates for the first time on Tuesday after spending the week on international duty with England Under-21s - he came on as substitute in England's 2-0 win against Portugal at Wembley.
The striker - a revelation on loan at Hull City when his goals helped shoot the Tigers to promotion to the Premier League last season - has spent time with Tom Huddlestone, Aaron Lennon and Jamie O'Hara and the Spurs trio have clearly filled him in on life at the Lane.
"It's been a good couple of days, I've met the players, the staff and I'm just pleased to be down here," reported the 20-year-old striker. "I knew Aaron, Tom and Jamie through England and that obviously helps you settle in.
"We were with England all week, so I was chatting to them all week and they've told me how good the club is, how much I'd enjoy it and it's so far, so good.
"I just want to learn as much as I can in training every day. The coaching staff have such good reputations, so hopefully I'll learn from them and play in as many games as I can, score as many goals as I can and try to get more experience in the Premier League.
"You learn a lot about yourself on loan and I can't wait to pull on a shirt and get out there. I'm excited by it all."
Look out for an exclusive interview with Fraizer on Spurs TV Online later this week...