Pontus Dahlberg has reiterated his desire to get a loan move away from Watford in January, following comments he made back in October.

In an interview with Goteborgs Posten, the Swedish goalkeeper said he is already in the process of trying to line up a move to get himself some important game time, after finding himself fourth in the pecking order at Vicarage Road behind Ben Foster, Heurelho Gomes and Daniel Bachmann.

The 20-year-old said he was happy with how he had developed with the club since he arrived almost two years ago, but that game time was now his priority,

"We are trying to get a loan. That's the priority for me right now. I have to get away and play matches at some point," he said.

"It's nice to be here with the guys in this team. It feels good and I have a positive development that I have shown in the recent U21 matches, I have a good feeling that I can build on. Those who are critical are usually people who do not have such good visibility. It has been a very good training environment."

Despite the fact he is yet to make his first-team debut at Watford, Dahlberg said he has no regrets about making the move to England.

For him, a long-term plan was much more important and he believes the Hornets presented him with his best option when it was time for him to leave IFK Goteborg in 2018.

"You want to see a long-term view of things from the club," he said.

"The most important thing for me was that you get a good idea around what the club wants from you. You should not go for the first, but try to get the best plan for you.

"Each individual player is special and has their own situation. I can only look after myself. I did well here [Goteborg] in one and a half season and thought I was ready. It has not worked out as well as I had hoped, but there are different reasons for it."