The Spaniard wants to continue being prolific in front of goal.
New Tottenham Hotspur striker Roberto Soldado wants to continue where the Spain international left off at Valencia by scoring 20 goals or more a season.
The 28-year-old was in fine form last term and netted 30 times for Los Che, but not since 2008/09 has the forward failed to score at least 20 goals in a season.
Now in England Soldado is keen to carry on this superb form and become the reliable hit-man Spurs are craving.
“I have tried to score (20 goals a season) and every time I have done it,” the Spaniard was quoted by ITV.
“My objective is to score more than 20 goals. With the help of my team-mates I can do it.
“The Premier League is a much more physically strong league than Spain.
“But the football is also played at a higher tempo and I think this will benefit me.”
Despite the ongoing speculation that star player Gareth Bale will leave White Hart Lane for Real Madrid in this transfer window, Tottenham have bought strongly and arguably have a better squad than last season – when the club achieved their highest ever Premier League points tally of 72.
Along with Soldado – who cost a club record £26m – Brazil ace Paulinho has arrived for £17m, along with Nacer Chadli of FC Twente and it is expected Toulouse midfielder Etienne Capoue.
With fierce north London rivals Arsenal only pipping Spurs to the Champions League last year by one point and the Gunners having brought in just one new player this summer, Tottenham are arguably now in a better position than Arsene Wenger’s men.