The French defender only managed two appearances in an eight-month spell at Portsmouth as a 20-year-old back in 1999-2000.
Now 25, the right-back has arrived at the Lane from French outfit Nice convinced he's equipped for the Premiership.
"I want to prove that I can do something in England and to show Portsmouth they were wrong about me," said Noe.
"I feel comfortable here and I expect it will be a good move for me.
"It's a big club and I wanted to go higher in my career and I think Tottenham is the club for me.
"I really want to play for France and that is one of the reasons I came to Spurs. I needed to join a big club."
Sporting director Frank Arnesen added: "I left Denmark when I was 19-years-old and I know the experience of going to play abroad. I played all over.
"So I know from experience that even if you are 25, you need to be taken care of and that's something Tottenham do very well."
Noe Pamarot insists he has a point or two to prove as he returns to English football at Spurs.