Danny Welbeck has said he has more to show the Premier League following his move to Watford.

The former Arsenal and Manchester United man signed terms on a three-year deal after he was released by the Gunners at the end of last season.

In his first interview with the club website, the striker said he was looking forward to putting past injury disappointments behind him and producing his best work yet.

“There’s lots more to come. I know that I’ve got so much more to show the Premier League,” said Welbeck.

“It’s been frustrating at times but I can’t just dwell on that and let that get me down. I’m focused on now and being better than I ever have been.

“I’m feeling really good and really strong, and I’m looking forward to this challenge ahead.”

Helping Welbeck settle in at Vicarage Road are his former Manchester United team-mates Tom Cleverley and Craig Cathcart.

The 28-year-old admitted that speaking to his former United colleagues helped him make his decision to join the Hornets.

“I know some of the boys already and they can’t speak highly enough of the club,” he said.

“I used to live in digs with Craig at United and I’ve spoken to Clevz a lot about the club. He said I’d really enjoy it here and thinks it’ll be a great match for me to come here.

“It seems like a great club with the whole surrounding environment. It’s a family-orientated place and that’s something that I value very highly.

“I’ve played against Watford and I like to watch football so I’ve seen them play on TV a lot and I know the team, and I think this is a place where I can really flourish.

“The squad we’ve got here is full of good players and people who I’m really looking forward to playing with and trying to push to that next level.”

Welbeck admitted Watford were not the only club to show an interest in acquiring his services this summer, but he felt that Vicarage Road was the right place to jump-start his career.

The England international struggled to find consistent game time under Arsenal boss Unai Emery and said he just wants to get back to playing once again.

“There’s been longstanding interest from Watford and as I was a free agent this summer I had lots of talks with clubs from England and abroad,” he said.

“But I think this is the perfect place for me to come to, and that’s what I took into consideration whilst talking to various teams.

“I’m really looking forward to showcasing my talents, being back out on the pitch and playing football, doing the thing I love most.

“I think this is the right place for me to be and I’m looking forward to it.”