New Watford forward Dapo Mebude is hoping to learn as much as he can from the club's attacking players, while also creating his own legacy.

Yesterday new goalkeeper Vincent Angelini said he was looking to make the most of training alongside the experienced Ben Foster and Mebude also has his eyes on developing in a similar way.

“I think it’s important I bring what I can do to the table first and foremost, and then every single day I’m going to be learning and taking as much as I can from the likes of Troy Deeney, [Ismaïla] Sarr, Andre Gray, because they’re top players and I want to get to that level," he said in a club interview.

“I don’t want to change what I was brought in for but I’m going to learn every single day and take as much as possible and add it to my game as well.

“I like to take bits from different players’ games. Obviously I want to be myself but I take parts from Raheem Sterling, Ronaldo [Nazário]...but I want to be myself and hopefully one day people can look up to me and say they want to be like me."

Mebude joined the Hornets after his contract with Rangers expired and he said that there were a lot of factors that resulted in him choosing the move.

“It’s a massive club, I’ve watched them in the Premier League for a few years,” he said.

“I’ve been a fan of the Premier League and watched players like Troy Deeney, and Odion Ighalo who is a countryman of mine, so there are a lot of things that attracted me.”