Troy Deeney’s upcoming autobiography has been confirmed – but its true title is yet to be revealed.

Last week, the Watford Observer reported that Troy Deeney will be writing a new book about his life and experience with the Hornets.

The book was said to be titled ‘Troy Deeney: A Hornet in Your Face’ and has been listed on many book stores.

The Octopus Publishing Group – which has a library of non-fiction publications – is now confirmed to be the publisher handling Deeney’s pages.

But a spokesperson from the publishing group has explained that ‘A Hornet in Your Face’ is currently a placeholder, and its true title is yet to be revealed.

More information regarding the publication is expected to appear in the coming weeks.

Bookstores indicate there will be 304 pages and it should be published by September 2, but this could be set to change.

At the moment there is no synopsis to provide more insight in what Deeney will write about, but the Watford Observer understands it will be his “full” autobiography.

Of course, Deeney is no stranger to a pen as he also signed as a fortnightly columnist for The Sun, while also starring as a presenter on talkSPORT.