My goals are to achieve something as a team and personally to do what every striker has to do - to score many goals and have good partnerships with the other strikers.
I know the club has focused on the forward areas and they have bought a few players and other strikers like Robbie Keane who were here already. I think it will be very good from the strikers point of view.
I'm looking forward to playing with Robbie. I know he's already played in Italy and he is a very skilful player. I think we can have a good relationship.
I'm here to hopefully help the club to be successful. I want to go forward, to achieve success, to play in Europe. This can only happen though step by step. I would prefer that we win thefirst two games, then the next and do it little by little to achieve.
Fredi Kanoute says lasy season's relegation at West Ham will drive him to succeed at Spurs.
The big French striker arrived at the club yesterday after completing his switch from Upton Park.
After a late revival, the Hammers slipped into Division One on an agonising last day of the season at Birmingham City.
"It was hard for everyone and I now want to achieve success," Fredi reflected at Spurs Lodge.
"Relegation hurts and when you live the experience you don't want to live it again. I'm going to work hard and I think I will be an important part of the team.
"I'm here to hopefully help the club to be successful. I want to go forward, to achieve success, to play in Europe.
"I'm happy tobe here and I know I've come here to achieve something."
It's great to be here. Since I've been in England I've only known West Ham so it good to make the change and especially to a club like Tottenham.