Troy Deeney: 'I've made Arsenal's season'
"I'm probably more qualified than most to speak about Arsenal. We train next door and I grew up watching Arsenal when they had five or six big players. When we played them on that day I felt they didn't have enough leaders on the pitch and that was it.
"It's actually helped Watford out because now we've got a rivalry with Arsenal. If you look at where we was when I joined seven years ago we was 15th in the Championship. fast forward seven years, and where Arsenal were seven years to where they are now they're competing with Watford.
"I spoke to [Ainsley] Maitland-Niles, after I missed the penalty, and said 'I'm glad I can help you bring out a decent crowd. Because I watched the game when they lost a week before to Man City, when the snow came and they had like 10,000 there - but then for the next game it's sold-out and everyone's giving Troy grief.
"I've made Arsenal's season. They've stepped up since then."
Could his 'cojones' comments really help Arsenal, in your opinion?