By Lloyd Webb
Hector Bellerin says attacking comes naturally to him because he was a winger in his youth.
The right back claimed an assist for Aaron Ramsey’s goal at Watford following a fine run down the right flank.
Bellerin thinks Arsenal’s patience was the key to their 3-0 win.
“It is important when the ball does not go in that you carry on playing your game," he told Arsenal Player.
"I have a lot of memories from when I was here. It was short but it was intense"
"I think that Watford were very, very physical for the whole game and they were running out towards the end and we took profit from that.
“I was a right winger before so it is always nice when I have the space up front to go forward and hopefully I can help the team like that," added Bellerin.
"We scored three late goals and it does not matter as long as you score them.
“They have very strong players up front and they are a handful especially players like Troy [Deeney] and I think we dealt with them and when we could play with the ball we did that.
"It is important we got a win here as it is a very difficult venue.”
Bellerin was briefly on loan at Watford and enjoyed being back in front of the fans at Vicarage Road.
“I have a lot of memories from when I was here. It was short but it was intense,” he said. “I’m very happy for the win and I’m very happy to be back."
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