Watford’s new academy goalkeeper Vincent Angelini is hoping to learn as much as he can from Ben Foster, following his arrival.

The 17-year-old’s move from Celtic was officially confirmed this week, with the shot-stopper joining the club’s youth setup, where he will develop before hopefully pushing into the first team in the future.

After completing the switch to Vicarage Road, the youngster said he was hoping to gain as much knowledge as he could from the former Manchester United and England keeper as he possibly could.

“He has experience; where he’s been is amazing,” Angelini told the club website.

“Getting the chance to train with him, I’ll try to ask as many questions as I can, stay concentrated, look at what he’s doing and see what I can take away from it.”

Foster is the latest experienced name in football that the keeper is hoping to learn from.

During his time in Scotland, Angelini worked with former Liverpool and now Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers, someone who he believes helped to develop his possession-based style.

“I’d like to think I’m a shot-stopper, and very vocal,” he said. “I think ever since Brendan Rodgers came into Celtic, I picked up on my feet quite a lot. I always liked to join in with outfielders in possession so I think playing with my feet is a big part of my game now.”