Tottenham right back Kyle Walker is relaxed over the arrival of newcomer Kieran Trippier from Burnley who will compete with the England international for a starting berth on the right hand side of defence.
"I've played with Tripps for the England Under-19s and I know what a good player he is. I've had good competition here before with Kyle Naughton for a long time. Tripps coming here is only going to push me into becoming a better player.
"I don't feel pressure. When I came here I was probably the fifth-choice right back! I don't feel pressure, I probably thrive on it. I know it will make me a better player, and I've got to believe in myself.
"Kieran Trippier is a good friend but he's competition and he is a human being just like me, so whoever plays I'm sure will do a fantastic job for Spurs and I wish him all the best," he added.