Graham joy at ending drought

24 February 2010 01:18
The striker had not nit the back of the net since the corresponding fixture at Vicarage Road in November but netted in the 60th minute as the Hornets earned a 2-2 draw.[LNB]Graham told the club's official website: "I love scoring goals. I'm a centre forward and I'm sure every centre forward in the country would say that.[LNB]"It hasn't been happening for me in the last few weeks so I paid the price by getting dropped and deservedly so.[LNB]"I think that made me a stronger player and since then I've been doing extra training sessions to try and force myself back into the team and it worked.[LNB]"Now I'm delighted to get the goal on Saturday but I'm disappointed we didn't win the game."[LNB]And Graham is confident Watford can spring an upset when they welcome Championship leaders Newcastle to Vicarage Road on Saturday.[LNB]"Newcastle is a massive game - it's one that every team looks forward to in the Championship. They're a very big team in this league.[LNB]"We can't wait for them to come down to Vicarage Road where we are very good and strong so hopefully we can give them a difficult game and take all three points." [LNB][LNB]

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