New Tottenham boss Juande Ramos has assured goalkeeper Paul Robinson he'll have every chance of establishing himself in his plans.

He said: "Robinson is the England keeper so is not a bad player.

"I want to give him, and the other players, confidence, so they are not playing under so much pressure. But get this clear: no player is guaranteed a place in the first eleven."

Ramos could earn as much as £5million a year at White Hart Lane if he is successful.

And he said: "I am my own man. I am not Jose Mourinho but Juande Ramos. I have my projects and my style of work that have demonstrated excellent results in Sevilla. Now I desire to repeat the experience at Spurs."