Hamza Choudhury went from being called the clubs Javier Mascherano to end up on loan at Watford. Last season he covered in defence as well as in midfield positions.
His presence has been vital at times but also been seen as a player not really in the category of cementing a regular first team role.
He is a finished article at Premier League level and should be one player that can help Watford back to the top flight. Earlier in the summer Everton and West Brom were also closely linked to Hamza.
So far he has not played more than 53 league games for Leicester but all of them at Premier Leauge level. He has spent two seasons on loan at Burton Albion in the past, playing for The Brewers in both League One and Leauge Championship.
Watford manager Rob Edwards has a lot of positives to say after he managed to get Hamza in on loan and to see him as one helping The Hornets to a promotion push.
Hopefully he will be building on his game with this season long loan spell at Vicarage Road and coming back a better player and one to count in the future at Leicester.
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