It’s battle royals against Coventry — Troost-Ekong
Super Eagles center back,William Troost-Ekong says he believes that Saturday’s Watford Championship clash against Coventry City will go down the wire.
Despite taking the lead against Queens Park Rangers on Monday night, Xisco Munoz’s team crumbled 2-1 at home following goals from Charlie Austin and Albert Adomah.
Defeat against the Superhoops was a setback for the Hornets in their push for a place back in the Premier League next season.
But Troost-Ekong reckons his team would do all it takes to return to winning ways, insisting that the game against Mark Robins’ Sky Blues could “change” their season.
“It’s massive. That’s the moment that’s going to change our season,” Troost-Ekong told Hive Live Extra.
“We’ve been excellent at home but we all know that for us to be fighting for the top two spots we have to do the same away.
“The moment has to come for us to stand up and we know Saturday’s going to be massive for us.
“All of us are very disappointed and I think we’re going to see a lot of fire on Saturday to get it right.
“It’s easy when you’re winning and everything’s going well, but now you’re going to see the real character of the team.
“I’ve seen it in the changing room and know we can turn it around. This will be the moment that will make our season”.