Nacer Chadli arrived at Tottenham Hotspur to become Andre-Villas Boas's second signing of the summer for £7million from Dutch side FC Twente.
Arriving at a new club in a foreign country must be a daunting experience, but in an exclusive interview with SpursTV, the 23-year-old spoke about his experiences so far.
When asked about his move to Spurs he replied: "I'm very happy to join Spurs and I will do my best to make the fans and the club happy.
"It was always a dream for me to play in the Premier League and to play for the right club. Some clubs wanted me this summer but Tottenham Hotspur was the best choice for me."
Chadli becomes the third Belgian to join the north London club and spoke how his international teammates can help him in his debut season in the Premier League.
"I'm happy that Jan Vertonghen and Mousa Dembele are already here, they can help me a lot. They said a lot of good things about Spurs, I was very happy I made the transfer."
The winger joined up with the squad in their pre-season tour of Hong Kong and looks to have fitted in with his new teammates.
"All the guys are nice guys, so it's made it easier for me."
With such high expectations that come with playing in the Premier League, Chadli has already set his targets for the season ahead.
"Individually to play as much as possible in the first 11. As a group, I know we want to reach the Champions League place.
"I'm just getting better and better in front of goal, I hope I can make it here in the Premier League, I'm confident. It's important to try and improve every game, to make an assist or a goal to help the team win."
With the World Cup next summer, and Belgium still needing two more wins to book their place in Brazil, Chadli is feeling good ahead of the challenge.
"We have a lot of good players. We can still do better and improve a lot. We can do it, but we still have to work hard."
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