GD: "I'm still young, so it would be great to get on the bench and be part of the first-team squad. Hopefully I'll do well in training and for the reserves to get a chance and then it's all about staying in there."
From Justin McKendrick: What are you looking forward to next season?
GD: "Hopefully being involved in a North London derby and challenging for a first-team place."
From Katie, London: What did you make of your experiences in the Nike US Cup in America?
GD: "At first, I was a bit sceptical about the tournament, especially as we had a lot of players missing. But it was a great experience to be part of the squad and even better to play a couple of times. It was very worthwhile for me."
From Brendan McMahon: Do you see yourself in the future partnering Robbie Keane up front for Ireland?
GD: "I'd certainly like to think so! Robbie is a great player and I'd love to partner him for Ireland but at the moment Niall Quinn is up there. He's been around for years and as an Ireland fan, I hope he can keep going for a few more."
From James Taverner: What is the most important match you've played in and the most important goals you've scored?
GD: "The matches would have to be my Spurs debut at Old Trafford and my Ireland debut against Greece. Both were live on Sky Sports and both were very important to me. As for the goals, I scored a couple for Luton against Lincoln in the FA Cup after I'd been thrown up front when we were losing. That was when I first played up front and everything has snowballed from there."
From The Cousins: Do you have any pre-match superstitions?
GD: "I've had the same pair of shinpads for a long time and I used to have a lucky jumper. I've got loads of things really. I've got lucky socks and I always have beans on toast on matchdays."
From Mark Cooper: Does Espen Baardsen really wear dodgy jumpers?
GD: "To be honest, the weather has been nice since I arrived and I've not seen any. I'll have to hold judgement on that one!"