Juraj Kucka could have played his final match in a Watford shirt, with the midfielder set to depart at the end of the season.

The Hornets had an option to extend the Slovak international's contract by a further year, but a mutual agreement between the player and the club will not see that happen.

The 35-year-old wants to play for a club where he can spend more time with his family, so is considering options away from England that will allow him to do that.

Kucka remains out injured and ahead of the defeat to Leicester City at the weekend, Roy Hodgson said it was a long term problem, meaning his time as a Watford player is essentially up.

The same could be said for the likes of Ismaila Sarr and Emmanuel Dennis, who have attracted interest from Newcastle United and West Ham United respectively. The pair are likely to have interest from elsewhere too, with their transfers set to be an important part of this summer's window.

Both missed the home loss to the Foxes with knee problems and it remains to be seen whether or not they will have recovered in time for the trip to Chelsea this weekend.

Meanwhile, the futures of several other players at the club remain up in the air and talks are planned between club chiefs and new head coach Rob Edwards to discuss who could be important assets for them in the Championship next season.

All of this suggests another hectic transfer window awaits the Hornets, as they look to build a squad capable of fighting for promotion.