Ken Sema has signed a five-year contract extension at Watford after a number of positive performances in the Championship this season.

The Swedish winger has six goals and five assists in all competitions so far and is currently away with his national side.

Speaking to Swedish publication Fotbollskanalen, he revealed that he has signed a new contract with the club, which he is expecting to be announced sometime soon.

The Watford Observer understands he has put pen to paper on an extra five years at Vicarage Road.

"It is true that I have extended," he said. "It will probably be official at any time. It feels good.

"It has worked well. Since I got there, I have come with good self-confidence. I have played well and scored a lot of goals."

Sema was included in the club's March player of the month candidates after scoring in wins over Rotherham United and Birmingham City.