Goalkeeper Hugo Lloris is sure he will get more games at Tottenham and has vowed to "shake things up" at White Hart Lane following his debut against Lazio on Thursday night.

Lloris signed from Lyon on deadline day but the France skipper had to wait three weeks to make his debut thanks to the international break and Andre Villas-Boas' reluctance to drop number one Brad Friedel. Lloris impressed by keeping a clean sheet in the 0-0 Europa League stalemate against Lazio.

"The choice lies with the coach but I'm here to shake things up a bit," Lloris told L'Equipe. "I'm not worried, if Tottenham came looking for me at Lyon, then surely I will play a part in the future of the club. I just hope that I get the chance to play."

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