Date: 4th April 2009 at 10:07am
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Doncaster Rovers boss Sean O`Driscoll has paid credit to Watford`s work effort and style of play ahead of today`s clash a the Keepmote Stadium, insisting “are as good as anybody” in the Championship.

When the sides drew 1-1 back in Brendan Rodgers first game in charge the Hornet`s coaching team were waxing lyrical over Rovers` beautiful passing game but now it seems the boot in on the other foot.

In fact, O`Driscoll reckons that the Hornets transformation has been outstanding – even suggesting that they could`ve been a threat to the division`s high flyers based upon recent performances.

He told the Sheffield Star “Had this been the start of the season, then based upon the reports we`d have said that [Watford] are a side which will do well”.

O`Driscoll added that the Hornets are “a good unit” stressing “They try and pass the ball and have got good movement?their front 6 are good?they have got a nice balance about them and they`ve got a good work ethic”.

And to cap it all he reckons “Watford`s back four is solid”? Which really isn`t something we`ve heard much of this season?.