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Dennon Lewis discusses the progress he has made thanks to his time away from The Vic

Lewis | “I've Grown Up In The Game”

Wide-man Dennon Lewis believes he has made great strides forwards during his time on-loan at National League side Woking, but still believes there is even more to come. 

Lewis has earned rave reviews for his performances so far in Surrey, with the 19-year-old an ever present in The Cards' starting line-up and scoring three times to boot.

The Academy graduate, who is due to spend the whole season at the Kingfield Stadium, has been delighted with his performances to date and happily acknowledges the benefit of time spent playing first-team football away from Vicarage Road. 

"It's been really good and I'm really enjoying the benefits of playing men's football," he told watfordfc.com. 

"The football's a lot more physical as it's the men's game as opposed to Under-23 football. Hopefully when I come back to Watford next year and if I'm integrated a bit more with the first-team, I can show what I've learnt and how I've improved as a player."

Watch the video above for FREE to see the full interview with Lewis. 

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