Shocked at first but I think it is a very good move bringing QSF back. We were a club in a period of drastic transition the last time he was here, and in all fairness to Quique he did a very good job. 13th place was a great accomplishment and Quique had every right to feel disillusioned by the end of his reign at the lack of appreciation that was shown towards what the team achieved. A season of consistent football is very difficult at this level, especially for a newly promoted team. "defensive football" "hoofball" is all nonsense, you can't expect fireworks from a mediocre squad. I think QSF is the best manager Watford have had since Taylor and it's a clever move going back to him. Bringing in another unheard of foreigner after having that exact coach in Javi would have been a very uninspiring and risky move. Now the club has settled down in the Premier League and we have a squad of real quality, Quique has the ability to take us far. The key thing that will determine whether this is going to work or not is are the board and QSF on the same page? Both parties must have learned plenty since then, and if they have total understanding about what the aim is for the club we should end up being very successful.