SWISS hitman Alex Geijo is here with one thing on his mind - putting the ball past goalkeepers.
“I like scoring goals, like all strikers," he told Hornets Radio's Jon Marks at UCL London Colney upon signing yesterday.
"But it's also important to work and help the team. It's good to score goals but it's more important that the team win."
No one begrudges a striker a bit of selfish streak - that's what they're all about. However Geijo's pedigree is as a line-leader, as well as someone who has become accustomed to finding the net.
"I hope to really get into Watford while I'm here. I only know Ikechi Anya so far (they played at Granada together), but when you join a new family it's like that.
"I'll get to know everyone and I don't speak brilliant English," he said, modestly, for it was perfectly okay to get through the interview.
"I don't know too much about English football other than, like Spain and Italy, the quality is high and it is full of strong players.
"I'm excited to come here, and to be working with someone like Gianfranco Zola is great for me," he smiled.
"He was a very good player and now he's my coach I want to do what he asks and to impress him where I can.
“I had a very good season with Granada in the Segunda Division, scored lots of goals and we got promoted. I hope we can do the same at Watford."