Watford goalkeeper Ben Foster admits he feels at home at Vicarage Road following his move from West Bromwich Albion. The 35-year-old decided to return to the Hornets earlier this summer after the Baggies were relegated to the Championship.
Foster spent two years at Watford while on loan from Manchester United and he has since played all three games this season since his summer switch.
After an 11-year break from the club, Foster insists he is happy in Hertfordshire and the rest of the squad have made the move an easy transition.
He told the Watford Observer: “The lads have made it so easy for me to settle here. I know it is easier for me knowing a few of the players from before, but even the dinner ladies are the same and have been here forever so it is so nice.
“It has been so easy to just carry on on a day-to-day basis for me and not get nervous about meeting new people. It is such a good atmosphere and is the same as it looks from the outside.”