Gerard Deulofeu has brushed off rumours that he is angling for a move away from Watford and back to AC Milan.

Quotes from the Spanish forward's agent had sparked rumours that he was pushing for a return to Serie A, but the player said that, although he is flattered by offers from other teams, he is happy in Hertfordshire and focused on achieving Premier League survival.

"No, no. I'm really quiet here, I'm really happy and we are just focusing on that period, in that bad period in Watford and myself," he said.

"Personally I have to help Watford to go out of the bottom of the table and all the players we have to make an effort for this. For a player, I'm proud to listen to all of these offers, like last year, this year, but my focus is here, in Watford and I'm really happy.

"Every training, every game here in Watford is different than other teams what I have been because it's a different style and the game is more direct and we don't have the ball possession too much. I have to adapt myself in Watford and that's what I'm doing last season and this season, so I'm really good - last season was I think the first in my career scoring 12 goals, I think it's a lot and I'm happy here and I have to adapt myself to that shape and that style."

After a difficult start to the season that saw the Hornets go 11 games without a win in the league, Deulofeu is concentrating on making sure the rest of the season is completely different, whether he manages to replicate his scoring last season or not.

"I think here in the Premier League, it's not how you start, it's how you finish," he said.

"You can see last season, we always stayed in the seventh, eighth position and we ended up in 11th, so you have to fight for every game, but finally it's how you finish, not how you start. We started badly we know and we have to change that.

"The team doesn't mind who scores because the most important is finally when you check the table and you see Watford at the bottom, it doesn't matter who scores, just you want to get the three points to get out of that bad period. "