He can beat people in tight areas and he did that for the two goals.
"We've always been very good with the ball and we haven't seen that this season, which is the most concerning thing", Howe added. Is the former Liverpool winger finally ready to start fulfilling his potential? The England global had time to turn and fire home his first goal of the campaign, which was enough to secure all three points for the Dorset outfit.
He sealed a return to Bournemouth in the offseason, triggering a clause in his contract at Sunderland allowing him to leave on a free transfer following its relegation from the Premier League. "I hope that's the confidence-booster, the kick-start, he needs".
"He [Howe] wanted me to be direct and go at the full-back, it's great for me to help the team win today".
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"Although, we don't want to take our foot off the gas. He's lost none of that", Howe told a news conference.
Hornets' boss Siva is rightly gaining many plaudits for the job he is doing at Vicarage Road and you can back him to take all three points this weekend at 15/2 with Bet Victor.
Eddie Howe's side has had a hard start to their campaign, having already faced Arsenal and Manchester City, although, the young manager has condemned his team's recent performances.
"We do have to recognise that we've just played Manchester City and Arsenal and we've said previously that you have to put those games to the back of your minds".
"Also I thought we conceded two poor goals, which was unlike us given what we had done in the period before that". We knew they would have possession around the box and you've got to keep in your shape - once you come out your shape it allows holes and that happened with both goals.