Tottenham striker Roberto Soldado has revealed that he is now settled in England and ready to become their main man, as reported by the Daily Mirror.

Spurs face Liverpool today and will be hoping for a win that will take them level on points with their opponents who sit fourth in the table.

Soldado has come under pressure this season after failing to net the number of goals expected, although the lack of service to him must be a real worry for both striker and manager.

The Spanish international did score a hat trick in midweek against Anzhi though and is now ready to take on the mantle and score the goals needed to push Spurs up the league.

“My family feel fine and are settled – so am I. The only thing missing were the goals and they’ve come along (on Thursday night) so let’s hope that from now on they keep on coming.”

“It’s true that the first couple of months are quite difficult.

“There are a lot of changes to be made, and as soon as you leave training you have a lot of things to sort out – school for the kids, a house… but things have all been very stable for a while now so I’ve been able to concentrate solely on football matters and what I needed to be doing, and that was scoring goals, and (against Anzhi) I’ve managed to do that.”

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