“I know Watford is a club [that is] ready. When they called me I was actually very honoured because when a club with the tradition calls you, you are happy. The motivation is to come here and help the team to reach their goals for this season and hopefully beyond.”
Despite his tender years the midfielder is already considered to be among the more experienced players within the Watford camp following his extensive journey from his native DR Congo to Belgium.
“There have been changes, but I’m very happy with what has happened,” he explained.
“I’m grateful to be in Europe, so I have to thank Anderlecht who gave me the first chance to move to Belgium from my country that was Congo.
“Also, I have to thank Eupen because they made a professional player out of me, and I have to thank Watford for this opportunity. What I can do now is be available for the club, try to do my best and always work hard every day to help the club.”