On Monday, we’ve covered an interview from the Watford striker Richarlison in which he claimed to be ‘frustrated’ with his form at the club.
The player has recently looked upset when speaking to the Brazilian media after Watford’s games, with his goal drought clearly bothering him.
But Richarlison is a lot more chilled when resting at home, and that’s where he spoke to Sportv this weekend.
The Brazilian TV channel had a story showing the striker taking driving lessons, as he’s still learning how to drive on the opposite side.
“Sometimes you think you’re in Brazil and end up the wrong way. The roundabout is the worst, because a lot of cars pass. You get a bit confused and you end up getting lost on the road,” the player told Sportv.
Regarding the lack of goals, Richarlison doesn’t hide that it’s been bothering him, but claims he’s learned how to be patient about it.
“I think I’m in a bad phase, the ball doesn’t want to go in at all. I’ve been doing good games but the goal isn’t coming. I’ve been through it at Fluminense as well. As Fred told me, you must be patient that the goal is going to come out at the right time. And when the first comes, a lot will come, one after another.”
The Watford player also responded to the transfer rumours which have been linking him to the likes of Manchester United and Chelsea: “I want to play, that’s the most important thing for me. On the negotiations I leave to the club and the agents.”
“I will not lie. I keep reading the news, but nothing has come to me. Unless it got to the club and they did not tell me, but nothing came to me. And if it comes I’ll be happy, it’s a sign that I’m working well here at Watford and that they’re keeping an eye on me.”