New signing, Oghenekaro Etebo has come out to say that Watford will give their all next season in the EPL. He recently revealed that it is clear it is going to be a long campaign for the Hornets.
According to him, he is excited to be a Watford player and he is more than happy to be settle in quickly and prove his worth to the manager.
Etebo added that he expects all the players to be focused on overcoming the challenges the EPL will present.
His words, “I’m excited, I’m happy to be part of the family. It’s been a joy to me since I came in. The lads, the management, everyone in the club has been good. I see it is a family club. I’m just trying to settle in, which I think is going to be fine for me.”
“It’s going to be a long season, but let’s see. The most important thing is for us to keep our heads up, and make sure we’re going to give everything.”
On how tough his former league was, “When I first signed for Stoke I had people telling me coming to England wouldn’t be easy, especially in the Championship,”
“Everyone knows it’s one of the toughest [leagues], you have to keep running, chase people down.”
“Every league is difficult, it all depends on how you set out the team, No league is easy. Coming to England to play, it’s a good league, it’s tough, but it’s a joy to me.”
“I’ve known [Troost-Ekong] for a very long time because I’ve played with him at the Olympic Games, the World Cup, the Afcon, so I’ve been with him for a very long time.”
“I’ve also known [Success] for a very long time, even Dennis as well. Tom Dele-Bashiru, I hadn’t met him before but for the past few weeks in training I’ve got to know him.”
“I’d heard about him, and that he was invited to go to the Under-20 World Cup.”