The supporters were allowed in Vicarage Road to support their own for the first time in 221 days
William Troost-Ekong was elated having fans cheering them on as Watford hosted West Bromwich Albion in a pre-season friendly on Saturday.
The supporters were allowed into Vicarage Road to watch as the Hornets faced the Baggies, a match that ended goalless.
However, that did not take away the joy from the Nigeria international, who enjoyed the cheers in the stadium for the first time in 221 days.
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"It was really nice; I think all of us really enjoyed the game [on Saturday]," Troost-Ekong told the club's official portal.