Our new striker was paraded before his new public ahead of the Southampton game and fans were chanting his name from the second they caught a glance of him down the tunnel on the Jumbotron.
"No matter what club you're at you try and please the fans, to do your best," insisted Robbie. "It is going to be no different here.
"I got a great reception and it was nice for me out there. Hopefully I can return the favour now."
Keane added that, from talking to Glenn, he can see the direction the club will be taking in the next few years.
"I spoke to Glenn for a couple of days on football matters - I was happy with what he had to day.
"It is nice that everything is sorted out. It's a massive club that is looking to go places and, as you know, things don't happen overnight when you're looking for success.
"I'm sure with Glenn Hoddle here, he is going to try his best to bring success over the next few years."
Robbie Keane was certainly impressed with the reception he received from the White Hart Lane crowd on Saturday.