Craig Dawson hopes Danny Welbeck can construct on wonder goal
The previous Arsenal forward scored his first Watford goal to seal victory over Norwich and reduce their relegation concerns. Watford protector Craig Dawson hopes Danny Welbeck’s wonder strike will kick-start a scoring run as the Hornets want to pull clear of the transfer zone.
The 29-year-old hit an amazing overhead kick winner as Nigel Pearson’s side originated from an objective behind to secure a 2-1 win over Norwich.
The objective was Welbeck’s very first Premier League goal for the Hornets in an injury-plagued season that has actually restricted the striker to simply 16 looks.
Dawson likewise got his name on the scoresheet, for the 2nd time since the restart, his header cancelling out Emiliano Buendia’s opener in the 10th minute.
When inquired about Welbeck’s strike, Dawson stated: “As soon as he went all out, I simply understood it was going in, I had that feeling.
” Great for him as well due to the fact that he’s worked ever so tough to get in shape and to be where he is now so ideally he can continue his little scoring run.”
The success raised Watford 4 points clear of the transfer zone with four matches left to play in the season but Dawson firmly insisted the club are just concentrating on themselves instead of the table.
The defender said: “We have actually got a terrific squad and we have not carried out along with we wished to this season and we’re working hard.
” Ideally we can turn things around and keep striving on the training pitch and get the points on the board.
” We’re just completely concentrated on ourselves and we understand that the playoffs that are coming up are fantastic opportunities for us so it’s everything about recovery now and getting ourselves ready for the next game.”
Norwich have now lost all six of their matches following the resumption and sit securely rooted to the foot of the Premier League table and require triumph over West Ham on Saturday to prevent becoming the very first team to be relegated this season.
Goalkeeper Tim Krul believes the club have not sufficed after falling to beat regardless of taking an early lead at Vicarage Road.
” We simply have to take it on the chin,” Krul informed the club’s official website.
” We don’t want this season to blow over, we require some response but it’s truly difficult. At the end of the day, it’s not great enough when you lose 4 or 5 in a row.
” Once again, we showed great indications however it’s not good enough for this league. This league is unforgiving and we all know that little information change games.”
Krul added: “We have actually made huge mistakes. I think everybody, not simply one person, we need to all search in the mirror. That’s the big thing, from leading to bottom we’ve all made errors.