Vincent Janssen is delighted he'll soon be sealing a move to Tottenham Hotspur from AZ Alkmaar as the competition at White Hart Lane excites the 22-year-old.
Mauricio Pochettino's side are close to agreeing a fee with AZ Alkmaar to sign Janssen and the striker spoke to Algemeen Dagblad about the move.
He told the Dutch daily newspaper: "I won't train with AZ anymore. The clubs are now really close to an agreement. I will go home and wait for the phone call to go.
"I'm glad that it is almost complete. For me it was clear from the beginning that I wanted to go to Spurs. The competition appeals to me and the plan of the coach is similar to the plan that AZ boss John van den Brom shared with me a year ago at AZ.
"It is a beautiful club with a fantastic stadium and heaps of potential. Anyone in my shoes would take this step.
"Harry Kane? People can say what they want but I'm not afraid of anybody. He is a great striker but we will see how it goes. We can complement each other, I think I can learn a lot from him."