Watford new signing Samuel Kalu has rated the Premier League as ‘the strongest’ on the planet forward of Ligue 1.
The 24-year-old joined the Hornets from Bordeaux on a three-and-a-half-year deal on Wednesday to grow to be the fourth Nigerian in Roy Hodgson’s crew.
The previous Gent and AS Trencin ahead described his transfer to the English top-flight as a dream come true for him and he is able to seize the prospect to indicate his abilities.
As well as, the Nigeria winger revealed he had a dialog with Senegal’s Mbaye Niang who beforehand performed for the Hornets.
“After I heard in regards to the alternative I used to be feeling grateful. It’s considered one of my desires to play within the Premier League, that is what I would like. I shall be right here to offer my greatest,” Kalu advised the membership’s web site.
“I spoke to M’Baye Niang, he was my teammate in Bordeaux, he advised me rather a lot in regards to the Premier League and he was right here earlier than, he advised me it’s an incredible membership. He mentioned the Premier League is the most effective league on the planet, so I ought to seize my likelihood.
“[Slovakia, Belgium and France] are all good leagues however I see the Premier League as extra intense, highly effective, I see it because the strongest league on the planet.
“With my expertise from the leagues I’ve performed in, it’s fairly comparable with Ligue 1 and the Premier League. It’s wonderful, each recreation is sort of a closing, taking part in in opposition to the highest golf equipment on the planet.”