SOFIA, Nov 13 (Reuters) - Juande Ramos was the ideal choice to take over as manager at Tottenham Hotspur, according to the Premier League club's Bulgarian striker Dimitar Berbatov.
'He is the perfect man for this position,' Berbatov told reporters in Sofia on Tuesday.
'He's talking to everyone in the team and he's trying to help anyone who seems to have a problem.'
Ramos, 53, quit Spanish Primera Liga club Sevilla last month to take over at White Hart Lane in place of the sacked Martin Jol.
'I think he is a very good manager and a very nice person. He approaches everyone personally and it allows players to understand him much easier. Well, at least that's my first impression.'
Berbatov said media speculation about his future had affected him, but he said he had not said anything to provoke discussion about his future.
'I have problem with no one,' the Bulgaria captain said. 'All these speculations affected me but I've never wanted to be the centre of the world.'
The 26-year-old said he had no plans to leave the north London club.
'I'm a Tottenham player and I'll stay at the club, that's for sure.'