Joshua King has now revealed he has made up his mind to leave Watford in the ongoing window.

Having left Everton in 2021, he was available on a free transfer last summer. The Hornets took the striker and offered him a two-year deal, with an option to further extend it by a year.

The 30-year-old finished the last campaign with five goals and three assists from 32 league matches, as Watford were relegated.

TV2 have interviewed the Norway international, and he confirmed his decision to leave Watford. However, the former AFC Bournemouth man has refused to provide a clue over where he will play next season.

“I can say I’m done at Watford. But I can’t say anything other than that,” the frontman said.

When asked if he is in talks with other clubs, King explained he has not made a decision on his future destination.

“It’ll probably come out in a couple of weeks, but I haven’t made up my mind yet. I have to take my time. I’ve been at the national team gathering for two weeks and I went on holiday to unwind. Then I have this football school here. As of Tuesday, my head will start to think about where I will be working next season,” he stressed.

King further went on to state “it was planned” for him to leave Watford, if they dropped to the second division. With their relegation confirmed, the Norwegian is now set to leave Vicarage Road this summer.

Thanks to @RonnyS0L for the heads up.