Troy Deeney has revealed to talkSPORT he is not going to ask to depart Watford this summer season, and is leaving his Hornets future within the fingers of the membership.
The 32-year-old has a 12 months remaining on his contract at Vicarage Street and there have been doubts over whether or not he’ll keep following the Hornets’ relegation to the Championship.
Whereas there have been no concrete rumours about attainable strikes, Deeney was linked with a shock mortgage change to Tottenham again in July and there’ll absolutely be plenty of golf equipment eyeing the striker, who has 123 targets in 367 appearances throughout a decade as a Watford participant.
The membership captain was a particular visitor with Alan Brazil and Jamie O’Hara on Thursday’s talkSPORT Breakfast, at it didn’t take lengthy for the striker to be grilled about his Watford future.
Co-host O’Hara requested: “So, you will be at Watford subsequent season?”
“… so how are you, Alan? Alright, mate, yeah?,” Deeney jokingly replied.
“It’s too early to be getting me with that mate!”
And whereas he didn’t rule out a attainable exit, Deeney insisted he is not going to push for a transfer.
Citing Leicester City’s curiosity in signing him following their well-known Premier League title win in 2016, Deeney stated if he didn’t push to depart Watford then, why would he now?
“That is my membership, I’ve been there ten years now and I’m not going to actively look to depart or something of that nature,” stated the striker.
“I had a chance to go to Leicester once they simply received the Premier League, clearly it was Champions League soccer… I by no means requested to depart then, so why would I ask to depart now?
“If the membership determine we have to go our separate methods, it’s what it’s, I’m a giant boy and I can take it on the chin.”