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Troy Deeney on his 100th Watford goal & his next goalscoring target

Deeney | “I've Got To Set Another Milestone Now”

It's no great surprise that immediately after scoring his 100th Watford goal against Palace on Monday afteroon, Troy Deeney was already turning his attention to his next target.

It's this sort of relentless pursuit of improvement since Deeney first joined the Hornets in 2010 which has propelled the 28-year-old up to fifth on Watford's all time top goalscorer list, and just five goals behind Cliff Holton in fourth place. 

“It doesn’t mean that much right now but when I retire it will,” the skipper told watfordfc.com

“Right now it’s just a case of thank God that’s over! Every game’s been will 'Troy get his one hundred' and I just want to get on with my job.”

“Once I’m old and grey and retired I can chill out and say that was a decent accomplishment but right now you can’t really enjoy it too much.”

Watch the above video for FREE to hear the full interview with Deeney.

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