Watford’s recent results have left many questioning Spanish born Quique Sanchez Flores’ future at the club, amidst speculated interest from both Valencia, where he began his football career, and the Spanish national team. Watford are known to have had a quick turnaround of managers, with Flores being the fifth manager since December 2013, becoming the longest lasting in this time with a total of 10 months as the Hornets Head Coach. But does this mean his time could be coming to an end?
Flores recently put the rumours to rest, telling Hollseey: “There is no possibility for that. My link now is for Watford, and my thoughts are with Watford. I don’t want to consider anything that is not Watford, and the fans need to know that I am completely focussed.”
He added: “My ambition is to be happy, to train the group of players I want and to share my time training and working with the people I like, playing with amazing fans. I am completely happy in Watford. I love the fans and I am really happy with every person who is working for Watford. We are a family.”
In terms of next season, Flores already seems to be contemplating ways in which he can improve the team: “Of course we are thinking about the future. I think the most important thing is the ambition and the passion of the team. There are a lot of amazing players we will look at for the next year, but the most important thing at the moment is to train the players we currently do have.”