Watford head coach Quique Sanchez Flores insists he is not worried about his future and only focused on the final two games of the season.

It is widely expected Flores will leave Vicarage Road this summer with owner Gino Pozzo likely to activate the break clause in his two-year contract.

Flores insists he has not been distracted by all the talk surrounding his future and is just focused on the remaining games starting at Norwich City tomorrow night.

The Watford boss said: “It’s life [speculation]. All the time it’s about coaches and new players and this is football. It happens every single day but nothing happened with me. I’m always thinking about the team and to train and give the best for the Watford fans.

"I don’t read and know news about me because I’m focused completely on the team. I can’t spend time reading rumours and everything. It’s a distraction.

"My future is safe because I have an amazing family and have a lot of confidence in my work. I will work in the future. I’m not worried for that."

Flores says he has learnt a lot during his first year in English football but admits he is looking forward to having a break with his family after Sunday's final game at home to Sunderland.

He said: “I am really happy and deserve to finish the season because it was really long and hard and tough. I learnt a lot of things during my first season in the Premier League.

"It was very hard and now the only thing I want is to play the last two matches in the best way that is possible and try to add points. Then I want to take a holiday and enjoy my family. That is my future."