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Pre-season under Marco Silva has provided a fresh start for the Hornets' squad according to the Dutchman

Janmaat | “It's All Good So Far”

Daryl Janmaat says the appointment of Marco Silva has captured the imagination of the energised Watford players, who are responding well to his progressive training methods.

Silva is in his second week as Head Coach and his sessions have been notable for the amount of time the players have spent with the ball. The approach has been embraced by Janmaat. 

“It's all good so far,” said the Dutchman. “There is a lot of football and the training is high intensity. The coach wants the team to play good football and we've been working on that a lot.

“We've been working a lot on strength and conditioning, but with the ball. The coach has been good and I think even more details will come later.”

Janmaat said it feels like everybody has turned up for training with a clean slate and a fresh chance to win a place in Silva's 25-man Premier League squad.

“It's a new start for everybody and everybody wants to prove themselves and show the coach their best,” he said.

“Everybody is really happy and really excited.”

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