Ben Foster has hinted that this season could be his last with Watford, with the goalkeeper eyeing up a move to America.

In a teaser for his new podcast, which is due to be released on Sunday, the Hornets' shot-stopper said that he would also like to play for Isthmian League North Division side Hashtag United in the future.

Speaking to chairman of the semi-professional team, Spencer Carmichael-Brown, and his brother Seb, Foster said that his "dream" would be to head to the states at the end of this season.

Currently, the 38-year-old has just one year remaining on his contract and it looks as if he is prepared to let his deal run out.

"This is my dream anyway," said the goalkeeper in a video posted to his Instagram account.

"I want to do one more year at Watford, I'll do a year in America hopefully, and then I'm coming to the Tag."

Foster is expected to be second choice behind Daniel Bachmann again for the upcoming season, after the Austrian impressed during the Championship.

With Pontus Dahlberg also pushing to get a place in the squad in the near future, chances could soon be limited for the former England international.

Dahlberg will likely be sent out on loan this season, but could be in a position to challenge for a place come the following campaign.


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