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    Colin West's mullet wrote:
    wheelsonfire wrote:
    Great news Britt has signed. He might as well go back to Southend until the end of the season.
    He won't get many chances here at the moment.
    We are in the amazing situation of having 3 strikers who could easily play in the prem.
    Vydra, FF, and Geijo are some of the most skillful players I've since at the Vic since GT's heyday.
    Still not sure about Deeney he has been amazing since his 'holiday' and I was most surprised, I admit I thought he was poor last season. But his skill level is not that great to say the least, but he gets goals and that's what it's about.
    If he is stalling on contract and we can get money for him we should seriously consider letting him go.
    Perhaps finance a reserve goalkeeper or midfield dynamo!!!
    In fairness TD had a very good spell 2nd half of last season, and has picked up where he left off.
    Think he's better than some give credit for. Works damned hard too"
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Watford forward and Southend United loanee Britt Assombalonga signs contract extension at Vicarage Road

Picture: Action Images

Picture: Action Images

First published in Watford FC News Watford Observer: Photograph of the Author by , Deputy Group Sports Editor

Watford striker Britt Assombalonga has signed a new contract until 2014, with the club having the option of a further year.

Assombalonga has made four first team appearances for Watford but it is out on loan where the 20-year-old has impressed most.

The forward, who was signed as a scholar after impressing on one of the club’s community trust courses, scored 11 goals in 15 appearances at Ryman Premier side Wealdstone last season before netting five goals in as many games at Braintree Town in the Conference.

Assombalonga has continued to impress this campaign with 12 goals in 28 outings for League Two Southend United and is expected to remain at Roots Hall until the end of the season.

The forward was back at the Hornets’ London Colney training ground this week as he finalised his new contract.

Assombalonga becomes the fifth Watford Academy graduate to sign a new contract with the club since the summer, following in the footsteps of Bernard Mensah, Connor Smith, Sean Murray and Tommie Hoban.

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