Ismaila Sarr is eyeing up further improvement for Watford both in the Premier League and in the remaining two matches this season and insists he was simply part of a team rather than the star of the show throughout the campaign.

The Hornets face Brentford and Swansea City in two games that ultimately are of little consequence in terms of league position to them after they claimed promotion to the top flight on Saturday, but the Senegalese is still hoping to make the most of having two more competitive fixtures before the summer break.

He will have to find that improvement without the aid of his right-sided partner Kiko Femenia, who is set to miss the final matches after straining his abductor in the win over Millwall on Saturday that confirmed promotion to the top flight. "We can still do better, because the league after today is not finished," said Sarr. "There's still two games to go and we have to keep up with our job.

" I just try to do my job and try obviously to create danger, be dangerous and score goals, but the reality is it's been an effort of our whole group.

After Watford's relegation was confirmed away at Arsenal last season, Sarr cut a sad figure on the touchline, but he says he has moved on from that day and that his focus now is on making sure that he puts in an improved performance next season.

"I hope that I can do better in the Premier League, better than what I did this season," he said. "And the only way to achieve that is to take a rest and then come back and start working again and pushing as much as we can.

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"I'm very happy now, the past is in the past, it's behind us. Now we have to look forward and come back and make sure that we do well in the Premier League."