Michel Vorm has warned Tottenham Hotspur No.1 Hugo Lloris that he will not settle for a bit-part role this season upon confirming his move to White Hart Lane from Swansea City.

Vorm makes the surprising move to north London this summer after earning a reputation as one of the Premier league's most consistent goalkeepers.

Lukasz Fabianski has joined on a free from Arsenal and with Swansea boss Garry Monk set to make the Pole first choice this season, the 30 year old has become surplus to requirements in south Wales.

The Netherlands international's move to Tottenham comes weeks after Hugo Lloris signed a new five-year contract at the club to cement his future in the Premier League.

But Vorm is unperturbed by Lloris' position as the leading figure at Tottenham, and says he plans to have plenty of opportunities to impress with the club balancing domestic and European commitments next term.

"Every club has two top goalkeepers in their squad," the Dutch keeper told De Telegraaf.

"It suits the club's philosophy that there are two of us with Hugo and me. Especially when we see that Tottenham is active in a lot of competitions.

"I was on holiday and was literally plucked from the beach. Within 24 hours I was back in Ibiza. I'll hear when I join the group," he explained.

"In my eyes this (Tottenham) is a really big club."

Ben Davies, the Swansea and Wales fullback, is expected to join Vorm and become among Mauricio Pochettino's first signings at Tottenham since moving from Southampton.

Both Pochettino and chairman Daniel Levy have said the club will refrain from a transfer splurge similar to last summer, when they signed seven players to replace Gareth Bale, before going on to endure a miserable campaign under Andre Villas-Boas and Tim Sherwood.