Stephen Dunmoye

It was a glazing and beautiful atmosphere for Watford fans as they defeated Luton Town in Sky Bet Championship league on Sunday.

William Troost-Ekong was on target in the Hornets 4-0 drubbing of rivals, Luton Town on Sunday at the Vicarage Road which was his first goal for Watford this season.

The centre-back poked the ball in from close range just before half-time after Keinan Davis had opened scoring for the Hornets.

Joao Pedro and Senegal forward, Ismaila scored the other goals for Slaven Bilic’s side.

Speaking after the match, William said,”I’m still buzzing to be honest; the adrenaline is still going and it’s everything we wanted from the game today.

“It’s a party in the dressing room at the moment. We spoke about a lot of things this morning when we all got together. We said, guys, there’s no more time to talk, it’s time for action.

“It was amazing [to score]. I felt a bit lost when it went in and I didn’t know what to do with the celebration, but I was just buzzing. All goals count, I think I was about half a meter away and put it into the roof of the net – I almost put it over!”