New signing Philip Zinckernagel is keen to build on the season of his life and hit the ground running in a new chapter of his promising career at Vicarage Road.
The versatile Danish winger slammed in 19 goals and supplied 18 assists as Bodø/Glimt romped to a first ever Norwegian title in their 104-year history by a whopping 19 points, scoring 103 goals in the process. His league season only finished the week before Christmas so Zinckernagel is ready just to carry on where he left off.
“I’m really excited and just want to train and play,” he said. “I’m still fit after an unbelievable season. It was the first title for any club in the north of Norway and we broke so many records. It’s been amazing. We destroyed the league and now I’m really looking forward to working with the coach [at Watford]. His aggressive style of forward play will fit me perfectly. I want to play and contribute goals and assists and help the club go up to the Premier League.”