Watford Ladies will continue to play their home games at Gaywood Park after agreeing a two-year extension of their deal with Kings Langley.

The Golden Girls originally signed a one-year agreement ahead of last year’s Spring Series before extending that deal into the 2017/18 season.

Watford’s Under-20 Ladies team has also transitioned to the ground, which has benefited from investment from the Hornets to help improve the playing surface and the ground as a whole.

Interim general manager, Ed Henderson, has been pleased with the relationship Watford and Kings Langley have been able to develop so far and is looking forward to the next two years.

“We’re really happy that we’ll be staying at King Langley for at least another two seasons,” he told the Watford Ladies website.

“Our current relationship with the club is really strong, and it is important that we continue to work together.

“There’s no denying that there’s work to do, but the progress already made is testament all involved, especially the volunteers at Kings Langley who go above and beyond every match day.”

Henderson understands the importance of continuing to develop the ground over the upcoming two years and is eagerly anticipating next season.

“It’s important now that we continue to strengthen on and off the field and make the stadium feel like a second home for Watford fans,” he said.

“It is testament to the club that we have committed to more funding into the playing surface and we’re looking forward to hitting the ground running next season.”