Harry Winks is excited by the £65m record signing of Tanguy Ndombele from Lyon, revealing he has heard a lot of positive things from teammates about him.
Ndombele signed for Tottenham this week, signalling a huge statement of intent from the north London outfit.
"We've heard a lot about him through Hugo Lloris and Moussa Sissoko, both have played with him at France. We've heard he's a top player. We haven't seen too much of him through watching him on TV because obviously he's been in the French league.
"From what we've heard and the clips we have seen of him he looks like a fantastic addition to the squad and we're looking forward to welcoming him when we get back in."
Winks also believes that the signings of Ndombele and Leeds winger Jack Clarke signals the club's intentions and the manner in which they want to move forward.
"It's an exciting time for us and it shows the ambition of the club and where we want to go this season and what we want to achieve. Bringing players in is only going to be beneficial to everybody involved.
"It's only going to help with the competition and help players to push on to another level. That's exactly what the manager and the coaches want us to do."
The Englishman is likely to play alongside Ndombele and Sissoko in the middle of the park next season. However, suggestions are that Spurs aren't done bolstering their midfield, with Giovani Le Celso and Dani Ceballos being heavily linked.