Swedish side BK Häcken took Watford’s Pontus Dahlberg on loan in August 2020 after their main goalkeeper Peter Abrahamsson suffered a serious injury the same month.

The Hornets owned player has been a regular for Häcken in the league and he will be eligible to play four more matches before his temporary deal with the Allsvenskan side expires.

It was earlier explained BK Häcken want to extend the 22-year-old’s stay if Abrahamsson doesn’t recover before Dahlberg’s loan deal expires. Their sporting director also refused to rule out the possibility of keeping the Sweden international at the club.

During an interview with Göteborgs-Posten, Dahlberg has now stressed he isn’t aware where he will play next season.

“It’s clear that it’s a bit uncertain and I don’t know exactly what will happen. It’s also not possible to speculate too much in this industry,” he said.

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“Anything can happen and it can go very fast as well. I can only focus on doing it as well as possible during the time here and then it’s back to Watford again.”

Watford achieved promotion to the Premier League and their return to the top flight club competition could have an impact on Dahlberg’s future.

“I have not really reflected on that. It depends a bit on what is said and how the dialogue with the club goes and what ambitions they have,” the keeper explained.

“I have not talked much with my agent about it either,” the keeper explained.

Dahlberg’s current deal at Vicarage Road runs down in 2023 and he’ll know more about Watford’s plans for him once he returns to his parent club in the summer.