William Troost-Ekong is delighted with Watford’s win over Wycombe Wanderers in the Championship on Wednesday.
Ekong returned to action after missing last weekend’s game against Bournemouth and beat Wycombe Wanderers 2 – 0 at Vicarage Road.
Speaking to Hive Live, the defender said it was important for Watford to return to winning ways immediately after the weekend’s disappointment.
“It was important to make sure we got back to what we were doing before,” said the 27-year-old.
“In the game against Blackburn we were fantastic at the front but in recent weeks we’ve been letting in too many goals, so to get a clean sheet and for Andre [Gray] to get two goals is fantastic for everybody’s confidence and it’s just the result we needed.”
The Nigerian CB also lauded the Andy Gray who scored both goals for Watford on the night.
“Everybody saw he was playing football with a smile today and we’re really happy for him,” said Troost-Ekong.
“When you have a squad like we have, you need everyone to chip in and he was fantastic today, so hopefully it’s the first two goals of many to come.”
The Hornets have now won 41 points on home turf this season, more than any other Championship team, and will look to add to that impressive tally when Nottingham Forest visit in three days’ time.
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