Watford striker Troy Deeney has admitted that he is unsure where he will be playing next season, as reported by Sky Sports.

Despite missing spells through injury – Deeney notched an impressive 26 times last season, carrying on from where he left off the season before scoring 20.

The 25 year old is being monitored by a number of Premier League sides including West Ham, Everton and Newcastle – with a price tag of around £8million looming over his head.

Deeney is focussed on getting in shape for Watford’s pre-season although if the club receives an offer for him he would like to think about it.

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“I can’t affect what happens,” Deeney told the Watford Observer.

“I think we’re back in on June 23 and I go where I am told. I don’t think the transfer window opens until July 1 so I’ll definitely be here a week!

“But it’s something that the club would have to answer. I am happy and everyone can see I’m happy.

“If the club gets a good offer they’ll sell me, if not they won’t.

“If nobody bids for me then I won’t say I want to leave because nobody wants me.”