Joseph Hungbo wants to make an impact at Watford next season after an impressive spell on loan at Ross County.

The winger scored six goals in 33 appearances during his temporary switch and is now hoping to build on that momentum in the Championship after returning to his parent club.

Speaking to the Press and Journal, he said: “The plan is to make an impact at Watford. I am hungrier than ever.

“I feel the season has been a real stepping stone in my career, and hopefully I can take that to Watford and see what happens from there.

“I was surprised by how well I did. I didn’t think I would do what I have done.

“Sometimes with good people around you, you just embrace it and express yourself in different ways.

“I definitely feel I have done that this season.”

The goals he scored during his time at County were his first as a professional.

He opened his account with a stunning free kick at Dundee, while also showing composure to score a winning penalty against Aberdeen.

“I don’t think I will ever score a goal like that (at Dundee) to be honest," he continued.

“It was my first professional goal, and you don’t really write things like that.

“The goal at Aberdeen was a very big moment for the club. Considering how we started, and the trials and tribulations we went through during the season.

“I wasn’t as nervous as I had been. I felt like the shackles were off, the pressure was off in my head.

“I had a cool head when I stepped up and took the penalty.

“At the end of the day, I was just so happy for the boys. They worked so hard and so tirelessly week-in, week-out.”