Daniel Tozser has revealed he will be leaving Watford after 18 months with the Hornets.

The Hungarian international, who has made 66 appearances for the Golden Boys, was midway through a two-year loan from Parma but revealed on Instagram this afternoon that he would not be remaining at Vicarage Road.

He posted: “Just wanna say a huge thanks to all of my teammates and staff members that helped me at Watford FC because I’m leaving the club!

“Was a pleasure to wear the jersey. All the best everybody.” 

Tozser initially joined the Hornets in February 2013 on a six-month loan from Genoa and impressed in his 20 outings during the 2013/2014 campaign.

Watford attempted to sign the 30-year-old permanently last summer but couldn’t come to an agreement with the Italian side.

However, Tozser subsequently joined Parma and was immediately sent to Watford on a two-year loan deal.

The midfielder made 46 appearances last season and scored five times as the Golden Boys secured promotion to the top flight.

Speaking at the end of season bus parade, Tozser accepted changes would be made to the Hornets squad this summer. 

He said:  "Of course some people will leave and some players will come but I am sure if we keep the core of this team we will have a fantastic season.”

 

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Just wanna say a huge thanks to all of my teammates and staff members that helped me at Watford FC because im leaving the club! Was a real pleasure to wear the jearsey! All the best everybody!👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻

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