Watford star Miguel Layun has taken to social networking site Twitter to express his admiration of the club’s fans.
The 27-year-old, who can play both as a defender and as a midfielder, joined the Hornets from Club America in the January transfer window.
In 17 Championship appearances last season, the former Atalanta man created 18 chances, had a pass accuracy of 77%, and won eight headers, four dribbles and 15 tackles.
Layun, who has just won the CONCACAF Gold Cup with the Mexico national team, has expressed his joy about being a Watford player on Twitter.
To all @WatfordFC supporters i just can say: cheers for being there, it's a pleasure be part of this amazing club! Can't wait to be there!— Miguel Layun (@Miguel_layun) July 27, 2015
Big season ahead
Watford will feature in the Premier League in the upcoming 2015-16 campaign, having gained automatic promotion from the Championship at the end of last season.
The Hornets will the start the season as one of the favourites to go down to the second tier of English football, but they have made some good signings in an effort to stay up.
Juanfran, Valon Behrami, Etienne Capoue and Miguel Britos are just some of the players Watford have recruited so far this season.