Watford number 1 Ben Foster, has challenged the team to kick-on and chase their European dream after hitting the 40-point mark in style. Former Barcelona forward Gerard Deulofeu's dazzling hat-trick inspired a 5-1 thumping of Cardiff City last week, to take the Hornets up to seventh. The win also secured their Premier League status for another season. Watford have traditionally fallen into the category of mid-table teams under the likes of Marco Silva, Walter Mazzarri and Quique Sanchez Flores once the relegation pressure valve was released.

The England international feels that the class of 2019 possessesthe quality to stay in the winning groove and secure a continental adventure for next season. Speaking to journalist, he said their drive is not justto survive for another season, which is the minimum.

The Hornets goalkeeper saidthey wanted to push it to the next level, which is making it to Europe. And he has the feeling that their squad has got what it takes to make at least the Europa league. He stated they have players who are worth 30, 40, 50million-pound. Which means they definitely have the quality. Foster also think they they’ve got the strength in depth as well. He went further by saying he is enchanted by the beautiful football Watford as a team play. He said it is incredible from where he stands (goal post) andit’s great to watch them play so effortlessly and confidently.

Deulofeu became the first Watford player to score a treble since Mark Falco back in 1986. It was also the first time in 33 years, that they had beaten a top-flight opposition 5-1, asNeil Warnock's Bluebirds rolled over for JaviGarcia’s men.

“The veteran Cardiff manager blasted his men's mental fragilities after their resurgent charge away from the relegation zone“ came to a halt. He lamented that the goals were cheaply given away and pathetic. He said “they would keep fighting“.

He admitted that they were always going to have going to have games like that when they pay against good teams. He said Watford are a good side but it doesn't help when teams make bad decisions.