So, our young backup striker is about to get thrust into the spotlight, and we all hope he can come good and start finding the back of the net. However, I think it would be fair to say that there are a few concerns about the kid, but I urge people not to judge him to hastily. Watching his wayward finishing up until now, some have already lept to the fairly ridiculous suggestion that he could be Bobby Soldado Mk2 Here is why that is utter nonsense: Bobby came to Spurs with experience at the top level of scoring goals, but supposedly the finished article. Signing for us at the age of 27 effectively meant that we were hoping to have bought somebody who would bring an immediate impact, and he did ... briefly. Bobby scored 4 goals in his 1st 3 games and played as our main striker in our 1st 2 Premier League games, scoring the winner in both. Even though there were a couple penalties in there, you could even say he got off to a flyer! Things quickly changed though. Things did not go well for Bobby on the pitch and tragedy struck off of it and that made things difficult for him. Once things started to go downhill, well, you can't teach an old dog new tricks, and it was becoming ever more apparent that Bobby was just not suited to English football. Janssen is very, very different. Where Bobby was 27, Vincent is just 22 and has his whole career before him. Where Bobby was not suited to English football, Vincent looks almost tailor made for it. Where Bobby was signed to be our main goal-scorer and started the season straight in the team, Vincent has had to bide his time behind Harry Kane and make do with just 1 start and several sub appearances. Finally, and perhaps the most interesting, Bobby hit the ground running and perhaps gave everyone a bit of false hope with 4 goals in 3 games, whilst Vincent, as you would expect for a young guy experiencing English football for the first time, is having to adapt and find his feet. Whilst he should've scored given the chances he's had, I've seen nothing which we should not have expected. Don't forget, Dennis Bergkamp arrived at Arsenal with a big reputation and started most Premier League games, but it still took him 6 full games to score. The great Dimitar Berbatov only bagged 1 goal in his first NINE Premier League games for Spurs. Let's give the lad a chance, he's actually looked pretty good so far considering.