Watford captain Troy Deeney says confidence is high in the club.
3 straight wins has self-assurance levels peaking at Vicarage Road, as outlined by Watford captain Troy Deeney.
With fellow relegation candidates AFC Bournemouth coming off back-to-back wins against reigning Premier League champions Chelsea and Manchester United and Leicester City flying higher close to the leading, Watford’s 25-point haul from 16 games has possibly gone understated.
No one at Watford is downplaying the significance with the club’s current form, particularly right after Saturday’s 1-0 win at Sunderland, following 2-0 and 3-2 wins against Norwich City and Aston Villa respectively.
“I’ve said prior to that we are primarily in our personal mini-league and we are effectively leading of that now,” mentioned Deeney.
“It’s hard to keep your feet around the ground for the reason that when you are winning, you believe you could go on and win the next game.”
Deeney said that using the security of 25 points, Watford could appear forward to bigger games devoid of any sense of added pressure.
“The Premier League is not that uncomplicated and if you drop two or 3 games around the bounce, then it is a really extended month,” the Watford captain stated.
“So, hopefully, now we’ve got 25 points within the bag, we can take on Liverpool, Chelsea and Spurs and have terrific entertaining.”
The three-game winning streak may be the initially in Watford’s Premier League history, with their latest triumph moving Deeney’s side up into seventh inside the table.