Czech sensation admits desire to test himself in English top flight.
Watford’s on loan sensation Matej Vydra has admitted he hopes to test himself with Premier League football according to The Daily Mail.
The Czech youngster has been setting the Championship alight this season with some impressive performances for the Hornets.
His goals have fired Watford into contention for promotion to the Premier League after netting an impressive twenty goals.
Those performances have not gone unnoticed with Tottenham reportedly keeping tabs on the player’s progress.
Vydra will have done his chances of a move to the Premier League no harm during the international break after he netted two goals for the Czech Republic in their 3-0 win over Austria.
The Czech star is currently on loan with Watford from Italian side Udinese. The Italian club are owned by the Pozzo family who are also currently at the helm of Watford.
Reports in January suggested that a Premier League club had bid £9 million for the player. Watford boss Gianfranco Zola is desperate for the club to secure promotion as he believes that one way or another, Vydra will be plying his trade in the top flight next season.
English clubs are likely to face competition for the player’s signature though with Russian media reporting that Lokomotiv Moscow are also keen on signing the player.