Pictures of Watford's new kit allegedly 'leaked' over the weekend.

The club will move to Adidas as its new matchwear supplier next season, and naturally there has been plenty of intrigue over the introduction of the global brand to Vicarage Road.

Now pictures of what appear to be the Hornets' new home kit have appeared on social media, with Abdoulaye Doucoure and Troy Deeney pictured wearing the Golden Boys' strip.

Corroborating newspaper reports earlier in the year, the alleged leaks include new shirt sponsor FXPro, who have previously appeared on the front of Fulham and Aston Villa shirts.

The logo which has been emblazened across the front of Watford kits since 2013 has also been moved to the sleeve in the photographs, as was reported by the club's official website in April.

Watford refused to comment on the authenticity of the leaked photographs, but given their similarity to what is known about next season's kit, there is little to suggest a hoax has been carried out.