James Garner claims he does not know what his future holds after this season at Watford, but claims he is focused on success.

The Manchester United midfielder was asked about his future in a fans' Q&A for the club website and said that he was enjoying his time at Vicarage Road. However, he was not sure if he would be sticking around come the end of his contract, or returning to Old Trafford.

“Obviously it depends what the future holds and I don’t know what the situation is going to be for me when I go back to United," said Garner. "But for the time I’ve been here so far it’s been really good. Hopefully we will be successful this season and then we’ll see what happens.”

Garner has been an important part of the Hornets' midfield this season but did not always play in that position.

Watford Observer:

After a period of playing in defence, an injury to a teammate resulted in him moving further up the field as a teenager and he has continued playing there ever since.

“When I was younger I used to play in midfield for my local team, but as I started going to trials I found myself playing at the back because everyone else just wanted to go forward and score goals, so I was a defender up until the Under-14s or 15s," he said. "There was one tournament where one of the players got injured in midfield, so I went in there and I’ve stayed ever since. I liked playing in defence because I liked getting stuck in, but when you go from centre-back to midfield I think it helps you know what to do and what positions you need to be in.”

Football was not always the 19-year-old's career of choice, with more creative options arising earlier in his life. However he has since gone one to face some of the best players in the world.

“I know it sounds funny, but when I was younger I used to like baking and cooking," he said. "I used to say I wanted to be a chef, but then as I got a bit older I wanted to be an architect. I quite enjoyed art during my first few years of high school.

Watford Observer:

“I played on a few pre-season games when Mourinho was manager and I played against people like Robben, Kroos and Lewandowski. I wasn’t up against them for the whole 90 minutes, but those three are obviously top, top players so they’re up there as the best I’ve been on the same pitch as.”