Louis Saha admits he is delighted to have signed for Tottenham and cannot wait to begin his career at White Hart Lane.
The 33-year-old agreed a deadline day move to Spurs from Everton, penning an 18-month deal.
Now Saha is looking forward to playing for Spurs who he described as "the most dynamic and exciting team in the country".
"I have a big challenge ahead, which is why I felt it was right to go," said Saha, who could make his debut in Monday's game at Liverpool.
"I am not going to step down and I think I am joining the most dynamic and exciting team in the country at the moment.
"I have to say thank you to Everton and particularly David Moyes because they helped me when I really needed it and I will never forget that.
"Leaving a great club like Everton is always a bit sad, but things come to an end, and I also want to say thanks to the supporters as there have been good times and bad times but I have always felt supported and loved.
"Goodison is a special stadium and you can feel the spirit of so many great sportsmen when you go on the pitch. It has been an honour and a privilege as a football player to play there."