Emmanuel Dennis said that Watford were only ever interested in getting three points after their demolition job over Manchester United.

The Hornets put four goals past the Red Devils to complete a memorable afternoon at Vicarage Road and increase pressure on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

The Nigerian Striker netted his fourth of the season in a performance that saw him frequently change places with striker Joshua King, as the Watford front line caused problems for their visitors throughout the match.

After the match, he told the club website he is happy to play anywhere, so long as it keeps getting the right results.

“I can play anywhere in the front three, it’s okay to me and I did the job,” said Dennis.

“I’m very happy, we deserved to win. Winning was the only thing in our heads, we kept going and got a very important three points.

“We kept going, I missed the chance before the penalty, I could have scored but we kept going and I got a goal.”

Also on the scoresheet was Joao Pedro, who bagged his first Premier League goal since his arrival from Brazil at the beginning of 2020.

Dennis provided the assist for the youngster with a neat through ball after Kiko Femenia won the ball back in midfield.

The Nigerian then put the icing on the cake by lashing home goal number four in injury time.

“I’m really happy for [Pedro],” Dennis continued. “He was emotional, which is normal, this is the Premier League. I’m happy I could give him the assist.

“I was running and I thought Cucho [Hernández] was going to chest it to me but he took it for himself. The defender was on Cucho so I took the ball, I knew he was going to stay with Cucho, and then the good finish.

“It [the win] was really important with the big games coming up, we’re really happy.”