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Stefano Okaka on injuries, his comeback and helping the Hornets going forward

"We Can Do Something Really Nice This Year" - Okaka On Watford Return


After picking up a hamstring injury during his debut against West Ham United at the beginning of September, Stefano Okaka made just his second Watford appearance against Leicester City on Saturday, and the Italian international is now keen to make up for lost time. 

Okaka has come on as substitute for captain Troy Deeney on both occasions to help contribute to two excellent Watford wins, and insists he has plenty to offer the Golden Boys in the campaign ahead. 

Speaking to, the 27 year-old said: “It’s difficult to say how I can play, the fans have to see me for themselves. 

"But I think I can do something good with my teammates. My style is to fight and enjoy myself with the ball. 

"I really want to get 100 percent fit and prove myself on the pitch.”

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