Kyle Walker believes that Roberto Soldado will find his scoring touch on a regular basis for Tottenham Hotspur this season despite the forward's difficult start to life in the Premier League.
Soldado made the move to White Hart Lane as Andre Villas-Boas sought to remedy his attacking problems in the summer transfer window but so far it would appear that those issues have been further exacerbated this season as Spurs scored just nine goals in their opening 10 matches.
The striker, who cost the club €30m and was one of a host of record-breaking signings throughout the window, has scored just one league goal from open play since moving from Valencia in the summer and Walker believes that he will improve and justify his fee as Tottenham look to challenge for trophies.
Walker told reporters: "It's not probably falling the way he would like. He is scoring from the penalty spot [against Hull]. It's goals but it's probably not what he wants goals to be like but he works hard in training and I feel his performances on the field are going to bring goals.
"In training he is on fire, but it's not falling for him in the games. It will definitely come, though. He's a fantastic player, a Spanish international and the goals will come."
Villas-Boas found his sattack were particularly weak last season with the club needing to rely on Gareth Bale to produce the goals.
Emmanuel Adebayor in particular fell out of favour with the manager after scoring just eight times over the course of the 2012-13 season and as a result the Togo international hasn't been afforded one minute on the pitch this season.
The possibility of sending youngster Harry Kane on loan has also been touted but Villas-Boas revealed he believes the forward can now fight for a place as Tottenham look for a solution to their goal-scoring problems.
But while Walker believes that all of these strikers, as well as Jermain Defoe, can assist to make this season an exciting sone for Spurs fans, but the England full-back warns they must be patient.
The right-back explained: "I believe fully in every striker we've got at the club -- [Emmanuel] Adebayor, [Jermain] Defoe, Harry Kane even, he proved when he came on the other night [against Hull in the Capital One Cup] and scored a goal. It just takes time," he added.
"The goals are going to come, most definitely. It's just about being patient and if we keep clean sheets, we can't get beaten, so the worst it's going to be is a draw."