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Troost-Ekong has been a consistent performer for Xisco Munoz’s men since teaming up with the side from Italian club Udinese last summer.
The centre-back has featured in 30 games across all competitions to help the Hornets to their current second spot on the league table.
His compatriot Dele-Bashiru has only made two appearances for Watford this season due to the hamstring injury he suffered in October against Reading.
The midfielder only recently returned to the club to continue his rehabilitation, having been at Manchester since he had surgery.
The Hornets have confirmed the Nigeria U23 star could still play a part for the club before the end of the 2020-21 campaign.
“After his October ACL injury, Tom Dele-Bashiru’s steady progress means he’s now targeting some kind of involvement in first-team training before the end of the season,” read a statement from the club website.
Hisstrengthening work continues out on the grass at Watford FC’s London Colney training facility.”
The head coach remains optimistic about the striker’s form and believes he is still putting in good performances, despite not scoring.
“I think Joao in the last game was at the perfect level, he worked very hard for the team in defence and in offence,” said Munoz.
“He had chances, but you know, sometimes this happens. It’s important that he continues with the same attitude in all the games and we will see, maybe he’ll score in the next game.