Watford's Ken Sema is hopeful that he can extend his loan deal with Udinese and finish the current Serie A season.

The 26-year-old will return to training with the Italian side on Monday, although in what form that will be he is not yet sure.

"If the league resumes, we will see if we can extend the contract to the end of the season," he told Fotbollskanalen.

"I think it will be smooth and I hope it will be an agreement that everyone is happy with and open to. Right now it's all about whether the league will be played or not.

"We have already been able to train a little in small groups, we're doing a lot of strength and running, so it is nice. Then the hope is that on Monday we will start with team training. I don't really know what it will be like, whether it's ten on ten or seven on seven or if it's training with a ball. I haven't heard more than that.

"I really hope that it is safe if the government approves that we get to play, but you do hope that we aren't guinea pigs.

"They do their job and you just hope we can play football, preferably in a normal form, but you do not know, no one has an answer about when and how it should start and in what way."

Sema now has his hopes on forcing his way into the Swedish national team, with the European Championships pushed back by a year.

"I had wanted to play the European Championships this summer," he said.

"But you have to wait another year and hope that you are just as good then and that you are injury free and come from a good season."