A Swedish musician has written and released a song about Watford winger Ken Sema.

The left-sided attacker has been called up to the Swedish national side for Euro 2020 this summer after impressing during the Hornets' promotion season.

As well as Watford supporters, Sema has also impressed the artist from his home country known as 'Elliot', who has penned a song about the Watford forward.

Speaking to the Watford Observer, Elliot said Sema had been an inspiration for him as a player, but after suffering an injury that ruled him out of playing, he has been restricted to watching games instead.

His favourite player to watch is the man known inside Vicarage Road as King Ken, so much so that two weeks ago he released his new song inspired by the winger.

"Ken has been a big inspiration and a role model for me for a long time," said Elliot. "I absolutely love his play style and movement with the ball. I got a knee injury four years ago and can’t still play football til this day, instead of playing the game I’m watching Ken play in Watford and the Swedish national team. I make music so it was about time to make a song about my biggest idol in football, Ken Sema."

The catchy chorus repeats the line, “Ken Sema, No problema, Han skjuter vart vi pekar, Ken Sema, No problema, ja ni fattar vad vi menar” which roughly translates as: “Ken Sema, no problema, he shoots where we point."

Elliot explains: "It means that if we tell Ken to shoot in the bottom corner... it’s going to end up in the bottom corner, because he is the best player of all time!

"All jokes aside, he’s my favourite player and, in my opinion, the best player I’ve seen. The rest of the song is history about his past with his old clubs, that he can run faster than a leopard and score some unreal goals."

Elliot is tipping Sweden for big things this summer at Euro 2020, even with their tough group in which they will go up against Spain, Poland and Slovakia.

He believes it will be "no problema" for Ken and his side to progress to the knockout stages.

"I actually think they are going to top the group," he said "A tie against Spain and a tie against Poland, then a big win against Slovakia. I believe in Ken and the rest of the Swedish national team!"

Anyone interested in hearing the song can do so here.