Watford have re-signed Dániel Tőzsér on loan for the next two seasons with the view to a permanent move.
Tőzsér excelled during the second half of last season after joining the Golden Boys on loan from Genoa in January.
Watford had initially hoped to sign the holding midfielder permanently but a two-year loan deal has been agreed with new parent club Parma.
The Hornets have also confirmed they have the option to buy the Hungary international at the end of the loan agreement
It was confirmed at the weekend that Tőzsér had joined Parma from Genoa however the player posted a message on Instagram confirming he would not be playing for the Italian side next season.
And we understand the loan agreement between Watford and Tőzsér was finalised today.
The 29-year-old only missed one game after joining the Golden Boys, featuring for the full 90 minutes in his 20 outings, despite arriving at the club having not played competitively since May 2013.
Tőzsér impressed during his first couple of months at Watford before his form dipped, with club staff suggesting tiredness was a contributing factor.
The holding midfield role had been a problem position for Watford prior to the Hungarian international's arrival, after Jonathan Hogg and John Eustace left the club last summer with loanee George Thorne only a temporary solution.