Fraizer Campbell has no problems with the pressure of filling the void left by Dimitar Berbatov's exit from Tottenham.
The 21-year-old striker was part of Manchester United's audacious £30.75million swoop for the Bulgarian which included Campbell moving in the other direction on a season-long loan at White Hart Lane.
With Berbatov following fellow strike partner Robbie Keane out of North London, Campbell is eager to fill the gap in what could be his debut at home against Aston Villa on Monday night.
"The coaching staff here have such good reputations," the England Under-21 international told The Sun.
"Hopefully I'll learn from them, play in as many games as I can, score as many goals as I can and try to get some more Premier League experience.
"You learn a lot about yourself on loan and I can't wait to pull on a shirt and get out there."