First Team 13/11/2018

Away Days: Southampton

Hear all the natural noise from the pitch and the stands as Watford drew 1-1 with Southampton in the Premier League, thanks to José Holebas' late equaliser.

Javi Gracia’s Hornets were looking to bounce back from a 1-0 defeat at St James’ Park in the previous away match, with their chances boosted by the return from injury of skipper Troy Deeney.

The latest Away Days video comes from St Mary's, with a focus on the songs from the away end and the pure passion from the pitch.

Also look out for some heartwarming moments at the end as Deeney and ‘keeper Ben Foster both thanked the travelling Watford supporters.

Watch the video, via the club's official YouTube channel, below.

First Team 13/11/2018

Holebas: “It Doesn't Matter Who Scores, I Want The Team To Win”

Hornets full-back José Holebas scored the all-important equaliser against Southampton in the 82nd minute at St. Mary's Stadium on Saturday, but despite the Greek defender rescuing a point with his deflected strike, he still wants more - as is his way.

Speaking to Premier League Productions after the game, the full-back said that first and foremost he was pleased to help the team.

“I think the draw is a good result for both teams because Southampton have showed they believe they can take the three points here,” said the defender. “But I have to also give big credit to my boys - they gave everything and I think everyone has seen that we tried everything to win that game.”

That said, Holebas is now leading the way for defenders in the Premier League - he has two goals and four assists so far this season - and he's enjoying himself on the pitch.

“It's always good when you score goals,” said the former Roma man. “But I said it a long time ago - I don't care who scores the goals in our team, at least we win the game. It doesn't matter who scores the goals for me, I want the team to win and that's it.

“[But,] it's a big feeling - you've helped the team and you know that you're going to help the team with that goal.”

Ever-competitive, and not afraid to say what he thinks, he was also quick to point out that Watford should have been awarded a penalty for a clear foul on Nathaniel Chalobah - the journalist didn't even have to ask what he thought of the situation, he wanted to raise the issue himself.

“I have to speak for it - that's a clear penalty and I don't know which direction the game would have gone it after that,” said Holebas. “I'm a little bit mad for that.”

Now with two weeks to prepare for the home fixture with Liverpool, Holebas is only looking forward, not back.

“We don't look back - that's a big mistake,” said the full-back. “As we've seen, like against Newcastle, in football anything can happen.

“We just have to be very focused now in doing our job. [We need to] listen to the coach's ideas and be ready for the next game.”