The newly signed Spurs goalkeeper enjoyed the international break but is now focused on life at his new club, and says he "will work and earn success" in north LondonFrance captain Hugo Lloris saw his country gain a maximum six points during the international break, but is now focused on working hard for new club Tottenham.
Lloris' side secured a 1-0 win in Finland on Friday night before a man of the match performance in the 3-1 victory against Belarus on Tuesday.
But now the 25-year-old has his eyes set on securing a starting job for Spurs, despite manager Andre Villas-Boas revealing that veteran Brad Friedel is No.1 for now.
"Peacefully, I enjoyed both games with the national team and will now discover another world, another championship, another mentality," Lloris told reporters.
"It's all positive so I will have to get to know my team-mates, the staff and I will try to work as best as possible. There is a lot for me to prove in a new league, but I will work and earn success."