3:10pm Monday 7th October 2013
Gianfranco Zola believes Watford's 2-1 win at Huddersfield Town was his team's most complete display of the season "in terms of attention and intensity".
The Hornets have recorded resounding 5-1 and 6-1 wins against Barnsley and Bournemouth during this campaign but in those displays - like many this season - the Hornets did not control possession and impress for most of the match, like they did at Huddersfield.
When asked if Saturday's performance was his team's best of the season, Zola replied: "I think in terms of attention and intensity then yes certainly. That is very encouraging because this is the seventh game in 18 days and the intensity was maintained. So that makes me pleased.
"In the second half there was some quality football in terms of transition which delights me because that has always been something important for this team.
"Maybe last year we would have been more ruthless in a game like this but we will get there. As long as the team keeps creating chances then we will get there."
Listen to part of Zola's press conference below.
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