Moura will be a good move for Spurs.
The 25-year-old has joined Spurs from Paris Saint-Germain on a five-and-a-half-year deal and cost £25m. "I've joined a big club with big players and I look forward to playing and helping the team", Lucas told Spurs' website.
"We can take confidence from today and this is the performance we need to play against the big teams home and away".
"I think they're looking at somebody around that €20-25-30 million. We can win a lot of things and why not the Champions League?"
Mauricio Pochettino has urged Tottenham supporters not to expect too much too soon from Lucas Moura, saying the club have not signed a ready-made superstar like Lionel Messi, Neymar or Cristiano Ronaldo.
The 25-year-old winger and 36-time Brazil worldwide is yet to start a Ligue 1 match this season, limited to only six appearances in all competitions under PSG head coach Unai Emery.
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The club also confirmed that he will wear the No. 27 shirt. The history of the club is very interesting.
"I think he knows a coach makes choices and even if he was disappointed with the amount of time he played there, he is now coming here and finding joy again". At present, the Argentine is able to call upon Heung-min Son and Moussa Sissoko out wide, yet the former is better suited drifting infield while the latter lacks the quality to break down staunch opponents and is a far more handy options when Spurs play on the counter-attack.
Neymar was speaking after 10-man PSG defeated Rennes 3-2 in Tuesday's Coupe de la Ligue semi-final.
"I'm sad, because he's a good friend, he's a quality player who was rarely used". I think he is going to make the effort to adapt to our philosophy, and of course we are going to adapt a little bit when he is available to play. "He is my brother in football".
The gaffer was slightly surprised to see his squad score within 11 seconds of kick off, but said the players deserve a lot of credit for managing the game thereafter, a massive responsibility against such a capable offensive side.
"Everything fell perfectly for me, even the ball was laying down there nice and quiet and all I had to do was step up and kick it in - the flawless start to a very good game". Before falling off the edge of the Earth with regards to minutes at PSG this season (Kylian Mbappe will have that effect on your career), he was the club's greatest spectacle, scoring 12 goals and adding five assists in 37 Ligue 1 matches last campaign.