England: Edo Kayembe’s first words at Watford

Arriving in England from Eupen (Belgium), Edo Kayembe gave his first impressions of his new club, its traditions, its career and its ambitions. The Congolese midfielder intends to conquer the fans of Vicarage Road.

In an interview with the media of his club, Edo Kayembe showed his ease, five days after his arrival in the Kingdom. About his stay in England, he feels good, he claimed. “I have been comfortable since arriving at Watford. The training, the structure, everything is fine. For me, Watford is a great challenge. »

“I had been following the club for a long time and when I learned that the staff wanted my services, I was very honored, it motivated me to give the best of myself. I know that the supporters are motivated, there is the atmosphere, it makes you want to give more. »

From Linafoot, the 23-year-old quickly rose through the ranks to find himself in the most exclusive championship in the world. “I am happy to move, in five years, from the DRC to Belgium, to England. I thank Anderlecht which made me discover Europe, Eupen which made me a professional and now Watford for its confidence. For me, it’s a good challenge and a source of pride for my career. »

Edo Kayembe in conquest

Announced as a future crack by Claudio Ranieri and Premier League analysts, Edo Kayembe wants to be competitive and ambitious. « I was watching Watford’s Premier League games and I’m passionate about English football. I had a plan to come and play here. I am versatile and I will adapt to several positions. My favorite position is midfield. »

“Eupen’s game system allowed me to play more offensively, it allowed me to score 4 goals this season. I can play box to box, or attacking midfielder or defensive midfielder. »

“In the Europa League, I didn’t have a lot of experience but my coaches and my more experienced team-mates helped me to advance. These are competitions that you need to be a player to have experience. » All he needs is to know his first minutes in his new colors. It is an understatement to say that he is eagerly awaited to strengthen the 17th in the Premier League, in the fight for maintenance.

Iragi Elisha

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