Ignacio Pussetto could feature in Watford's clash with Tottenham Hotspur tomorrow, after settling in well in his first week with the club.

The Argentine signed a four-and-a-half-year deal with the Hornets on Tuesday after joining for €8million from Udinese and head coach Nigel Pearson said the winger has had a good first week of training and will likely get a chance to feature.

When asked if supporters would get to see their new man on Saturday, Pearson simply said: "Probably, yes," before adding: "He's fitted in very well, he's a very likeable young man as well. He speaks decent English, I had a good chat with him, and he's settled in very quickly and he'll give us options in wide areas. At the moment, during recent games in particular, we've played with a lot of pace and variation in wide areas, he gives us another option there and that's good for us."

The signing is one that Pearson says will provide competition for places in attack as he looks to prevent complacency creeping into his starting XI.

However, what has most impressed the boss over the few days the 24-year-old has been with the club, is his positive attitude and how quickly he has made himself a part of the team.

"I think it's always healthy for players to have competition and it is nice in games as well to have the option of replacing players like for like," said Pearson. 

"When you've got players who actually represent genuine width - he's more of a winger - he gives us an option which is interesting for us, so I'm really pleased with how he's settled in over the last couple of days and he's got a nice way with him.

"He's a really upbeat, postive lad, I've been very impressed with how he's acclimatised in the first few days and hopefully he'll be another success story for us. It's good to be able to strengthen in that area."