Juraj Kucka feels he has adapted to life at Watford well and is enjoying the physical nature of the Premier League.

After impressing in his debut against Aston Villa, the Slovak missed out on the away defeat at Brighton, but returned with a solid showing at Tottenham.

The midfielder feels that the style of English football suits his game and despite never having played in England before, predicted as much before his arrival.

He now hopes the team can rediscover the standard of football they produced in their opening day win over Villa.

“From what I could see on television, I could tell it’s a very physical league,” he told the club website.

“That’s what I am. I always play following this style and try to give my 100 per cent. Every game is different and different things happen.

“Time is going so quickly. In a week I made my Premier League debut, and it was a very good game. It was very intense but I’m very happy with the outcome because we won.

"What I want now is that I hope we can keep playing like we did against Aston Villa and keep making our fans happy. Why can’t we play even better than we did against Villa?”

While on the football pitch, Kucka has something of a hard man reputation, away from the game he says he is just a typical family man and was pleased to have his children arrive in England in recent days.

“My family and my kids arrived recently and I was happy to see them,” he said.

“I’m a very different man off the pitch. Every single player that is on the pitch is actually a different character in their normal life.”