Hornets revelling in Heidar return

03 December 2009 02:52
The Icelander is a Hornets legend for his goalscoring exploits during his first spell at Vicarage Road, and having fallen down the pecking order at Rangers he rejoined his old club in September.[LNB]Helguson has since enhanced his reputation with five goals in just three starts, but Watford assistant boss Sean Dyche admitted he was initially unsure whether to return to Hertfordshire.[LNB]"When I spoke to him privately once we had the green light to to bring him here, I think it's fair to say that even though he knew he would be appreciated, there is always a little doubt in your mind that he or even other people might be disappointed," said Dyche, who played alongside Helguson for three years.[LNB]"I'm obviously delighted to say that hasn't happened. I said to him that I thought people would take to him again and because of the way we play he'll have chances, and that's been quite apparent.[LNB]"He came round to it and we're all delighted he's come back on loan to play with us."[LNB][LNB]

Source: Team_Talk