France 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 Hotspur.
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 position at 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 teammates, 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."