Dan Gosling is looking forward to wrapping up Watford's season in the Championship and preparing for a return to the Premier League.

The midfielder scored a crucial goal away at Norwich City last week before playing his part in the promotion-sealing victory over Millwall at the weekend.

Speaking to the club website after that win, he said getting promotion confirmed ahead of two difficult games against Brentford and Swansea was important and that now he hopes his former club Bournemouth can join the Hornets in the top flight next season.

“We knew the fixtures we’ve got coming up are tough, so we wanted to get it done before playing our promotion rivals,” said Gosling. “We’re happy, we’ll celebrate and we’re looking forward to the last two games now.

“I left many good friends and many good people behind at Bournemouth and I really hope they make it through the play-offs now. I’ll be cheering them on. But today is a huge day for Watford and I couldn’t be happier.”

Gosling swapped the Cherries for the Hornets after not getting the amount of game time he would have liked at the Vitality and has proven to be an astute signing since.

He personally feels like he made the right choice.

“It’s an unreal day and it’s been an unreal three months for me personally,” he said.

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“Since I signed here the goal was always to get promotion back to the Premier League, and the day has finally come. We’ve been on a great run. Every game is tough but to get over the line with two games to spare is brilliant."