The Super Eagles midfielder is happy to sign for the Hornets and has promised to move on and deliver for the club.
Nigeria’s international Ognikaro Atbo on Friday outlined his challenge after sealing the transfer from Stoke City to Watford.
Before the new season, the 25-year-old midfielder moved to Vicarage Road on a six-month loan deal.
Commenting on the move, Aitbo said on his Instagram page: “Looking forward to joining Watford next season, it will be a new challenge and I am ready to move forward with the team.”
Upon signing the player, Hornets RevealedWatford is pleased to confirm Peter Atbo’s signing of a season-long loan from Stoke City, with a purchase option.
The box-to-box midfielder, 25, Nigeria’s senior team has competed 38 times, having won the Super Eagles U-23 19 times before.
“Since joining Potters in June 2018, Etbo has also spent time on loans to Getafe and Galatasaray, who have appeared in the Europa League for the latter.”
Etbo is transferring its third loan since joining Stoke in 2018. He has also performed for Getafe and Galatasaray.
He began his career with the Wolves, where he spent three years with the Portuguese team Fiorentina before moving into European football.
At Fairns, he helped promote side gains in the Premier League and established himself as one of the top flight clubs, and then he joined the Spanish side in the 2017-18 season before joining Stoke in June. Side Loss Palmas received a six-month loan. 2018 for a fee of 35 6.35 million.
He became the first signing of new manager in Stoke, Gary Root, who described him as an “energy midfielder”.
Etbo then revealed that he turned down several offers from Premier League clubs to sign for Stoke and made his debut against Leeds United on August 5, 2018.
His transfer connects him with Watford-William Trust-Akung, Isaac Success, Tom Dale-Bashir, and other Nigerians from Emmanuel Dennis.