Gerard Deulofeu earned high praise from Watford head coach Javi Gracia after scoring both goals in a 2-1 victory at already relegated Huddersfield Town.
Spain international forward Deulofeu, who also netted twice on his last outing against Wolves in the FA Cup semi-final, made the difference in West Yorkshire as the Hornets moved back up to seventh place in the Premier League table.
And Gracia was full of praise for his player, who he felt contributed greatly to the overall effort of his side at the John Smith's Stadium.
He told his club's official website: "He's scoring important goals, very good goals. All goals are good for me, but in this moment Gerard is scoring and living an important moment for him and the team.
"Even when he didn't score, he was showing a good commitment for the club and trying to help the team.
"Speaking about Gerard, he has played in different positions, in different shapes and is an important player for us.
"He gets recognition when he scores goals, but in my opinion he is always doing a good job for the team."
Watford are back in action on Tuesday evening when they play host to Southampton, with the two sides having drawn 1-1 on the South Coast earlier this season.
The Hornets are 21/20 to win the game, with a 1-1 draw priced at 6/1.
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