Goalkeeping coach Ruben Martinez appears to have confirmed he has joined Oscar Garcia’s coaching staff at Watford.

Martinez and fitness coach Juan Torrijo have followed new Watford head coach Garcia to Brighton & Hove Albion and Maccabi Tel Aviv in the past so are expected to be on his staff.

Martinez has changed his Twitter biography to “We have returned to England Watford FC”, although mobile devices still show his old message of “GK coach without goalkeepers” and list his location as Barcelona.

He had also previously posted a picture of his family stating “New adventure. Let’s go” and retweeted Watford’s announcement of Garcia’s appointment.

Garcia’s assistant manager at Brighton, Nathan Jones, remained with the Seagulls following Garcia’s departure in the summer.

Garcia was announced as Watford’s new head coach this morning and it is believed he has signed a contract until the summer of 2016.

However, the Golden Boys refused to confirm which members of coaching staff will be joining, and leaving, the club this afternoon.

Former head coach Beppe Sannino brought assistant coaches Francesco Troise, Giovanni Cusatis, Alfredo Sebastiani and goalkeeping coach Paolo De Toffol to the club. Sebastiani left the staff in the summer.