Jeremy Ngakia looking to excite after joining Watford

Jeremy Ngakia of West Ham United during the Premier League match between West Ham United and Southampton FC at London Stadium on February 29, 2020 in London, United Kingdom.

Watford's new full-back Jeremy Ngakia has told fans he hopes to excite them after arriving at Vicarage Road from West Ham United.

The Hornets announced the much-anticipated signing last night after it was announced weeks ago that he would be arriving in the near future.

In an interview for the club website, the full-back said he was an attacking player who was "over the moon" to be at Watford.

Asked what he would be bringing to the club, he said: "Excitement, that's what I would say.

"I would say I'm a pacey skillful attacking full-back.

"I'm absolutely over the moon to be at a great club like Watford. When I heard Watford wanted me, it really stood out to me because if a great club like Watford wants me, it's a great achievement honestly."

Ngakia said he was attracted to the Hornets because he feels he has a good chance of progressing as a youngster, following the example of his former West Ham teammate Domingos Quina, who he will team up with once again.

"As you can see, there's a lot of young talent starting to come to Watford," he said. "The likes of Domingos [Quina] Tom Dele [Bashiru] they're starting to come to Watford because there's clearly a pathway to the first team here and that's what I think I need at this moment in my career.

"I like it a lot, I think it's a great place for me to develop. 100 per cent."
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