Watford striker Luis Suarez is not expected to make a decision on his future until his season with Real Zaragoza is concluded.

Reports have linked the striker with a permanent move away from Vicarage Road, after impressing on loan in Spain this season, with Serie A side Lazio one of a number of clubs to have expressed interest.

Some reports go so far as to say the player has agreed a deal with the Italian outfit, but those reports are premature.

The player has been offered a new deal with the Hornets and Watford are keen to keep him as one of their players for now.

Suarez himself has previously stated that he feels he is ready to step up to a European top flight division.

In February he told the Watford Observer: "I have two more seasons contracted with Watford, it is up to them, I certainly feel prepared to play in one of the top leagues in Europe after this season. Premier League, La Liga, Serie A or Bundesliga, I am confident I am ready for that move in the summer."

For now the striker has repeatedly claimed he is focused on finishing the season with Zaragoza and helping them achieve promotion before thinking about his next step.

Zaragoza could be a potential destination for Suarez next season, with the player understood to be open to rejoining the club for another loan, but only if they manage to make it into the Primera Division.