Derby County manager Wayne Rooney has revealed that young midfielder Louie Sibley will return to the squad for the Watford game on Friday night. Wayne Rooney confirmed the return of Sibley in his pre-match presser ahead of the game against the Premier League promotion hopefuls. Wayne Rooney takes his players to Vicarage Road to face fifth-placed Watford in what's a tough game on paper but the Derby County contingent would be confident after the performances from the last two games. Wayne Rooney has led the Rams to two straight wins in the English Championship on the back of the disappointing loss at the home of Rotherham United.

Derby County produced their most timid display under the stewardship of manager Wayne Rooney when they lost 3-0 at Rotherham United but they have since recovered with wins over Middlesbroughat home and away to bottom team Wycombe Wanderers. Derby County won the two games by the same scoreline of 2-1.Derby County player Louie Sibley missed the away game at Wycombe Wanderers during the week due to a dead leg but he has recovered to take his place in the squad for the visit to London to take on the Hornets.

When asked about Louie Sibley during his pre-match press conference for the Watford game, Wayne Rooney said that the 19-year-old midfielder would be involved in the league clash with hosts Watford. On what the player must do to feature more in his team, Manchester United legend said the player needs to play better to stay in his team as it is the case for his other teammates. According to him, Louie Sibley has not taken the chances given to him in recent weeks and that he will need to do better to earn a place in his team on a regular basis.