Steven Pienaar can't wait to step out at White Hart Lane as a Spurs player.
The midfielder snapped up from Everton in the January Transfer Window has already appeared twice for us in away matches at Newcastle and Fulham.
Declared fit again after suffering concussion in training on Tuesday - an injury that kept him out of Wednesday night's win at Blackburn - Steven is in the frame to make his home debut against Bolton on Saturday.
"I'm looking forward to playing in front of our own supporters," Steven tells Saturday's official matchday programme.
"I've played at White Hart Lane before and the atmosphere is always unbelievable.
"As a new player, you always want to show your own fans what you are capable of and if I'm involved, I'll aim to do just that."
Steven is the main interview in Saturday's programme and is full of respect for Owen Coyle's men.
"They play attractive football and have been getting some decent results as well," he adds. "That is all down to Owen Coyle. He did the same at Burnley too, so fair play to him."
ELSEWHERE IN THE PROGRAMME...
Harry Redknapp - The manager's exclusive column.
The double - Continuing the 50-year celebrations of the 60-61 double.
Squad numbers - An off-beat look at number 15.
One-goal wonder - Danny Thomas' solitary strike as a Spurs back in August, 1985.
Training days - Exclusive pictures from Spurs Lodge.
Memory match - Don McAllister on a vital Division Two match against Bolton in 1978.
Premier predictions - Tim Sherwood and Benoit Assou-Ekotto go head-to-head.
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