Manchester United winger Ashley Young is looking forward to returning to Watford this weekend, the club where he started and learnt how to play the game.
Louis van Gaal's side play Watford this weekend at Vicarage Road, and Ashley Young is hoping to get a good reception, better than what he got at Aston Villa.
"I’m really looking forward to going back. It’s the club where I started and learnt my trade and, hopefully, it’ll be a nice reception... a better one than I get at Aston Villa anyway!" he joked, in an interview with ManUtd.com. "There will be quite a lot of my family going to the game, so it’ll be nice to go back.
"I started at Watford when I was 10 and left at 21, so I was there for a long time. It set me up and helped me get to where I am today and I thank everyone who was there at the time who I worked with."
Young also said that the game this weekend will be a difficult one for United.
"It won’t be an easy match," he explains. "A lot of people wrote them off at the start of the season but they’re a team that works hard and gets players on the ball, and they score goals.
"They’ve been in good form recently but hopefully we can go there and get the three points."