English Premiership

Silva: Watford players know I'm committed

2017-11-21 18:07
Marco Silva.(Getty Images)

Cape Town - Watford manager Marco Silva insists he remains committed to his job at the Hornets and believes his players are still in full support of him.

Silva has recently been linked with fellow Premier League outfit Everton, following their disastrous start to the season which has seen them float around the relegation zone.

However, the Portuguese tactician has made it clear that none of his players has approached him with concerns regarding his future at Watford. Silva is also confident that the dressing room still supports him. 

Silva said, as quoted by the Watford Observer: "No one has asked me about the situation in the dressing room. We talk every day, every day they feel the same about our work. There has not been any difference. For me, it’s the same.

"They don’t see a difference, and they don’t need to ask anything. We talk about everything, and they talk more with my assistants than me sometimes.

"I know the players work, and they know how I am, how committed I am, I have no doubts that they are behind me, although I understand some people outside may."

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