Danjuma: Coming to the Premier League is like going home, I hope to become a beacon for Tottenham fans
February 07 News Tottenham’s new aid Danjuma said in an interview that coming to the Premier League is like going home.
Like coming home, he hopes to be a beacon for Tottenham fans.
Danjuma joked about scoring on his debut in the 3-0 FA Cup win over Preston: “Look, that’s the Dutch, the Dutch always score on their debut.
, that’s your only goal in your first game. You always imagine the moment of scoring. As a striker, at any given minute, your only goal is to score, goal, goal. So, for me
That said, it was a perfect start, a perfect debut.
“The good thing is I’m still hungry for more goals and that sets the tone for what I’m trying to do; I’m very determined, I’m ambitious and I really want to help the club do well in all competitions.
The club proves itself and gives the fans something new. My debut goal was a good start and I think if you have a good start it’s half the battle.”
It has been almost two weeks since completing his loan at the club, and Danjuma has adapted quickly to his new team-mates, making him feel immediately welcome.
“In terms of first impressions, it’s really difficult to describe. From my point of view, it was quite enjoyable. The club gave me a warm welcome and my team-mates made me feel part of the team right away.”
“If I look back at my career, I think there have been a few times where I really didn’t have to adapt to the culture of the club, especially coming to the Premier League was like coming home to me. I speak the local language and I’m very used to it here.
culture, I know the people here.”
“The first minute I played for the club gave me a good feeling and then, scoring a debut, that’s obviously something you always want to do. For me, I really want to be a beacon for the fans, try to give
Something new about them, keep them enthusiastic, help the team perform better and try to prove myself to the club.”