Luis Suárez has impressed for Real Zaragoza this season, with nine goals and two assists in 16 appearances in the Segunda Division.
Watford, who signed the 21-year-old two years ago, allowed the striker to go out on a season-long loan deal in the last window.
As part of the agreement between the two clubs, El Periódico de Aragón claims the Colombian’s temporary move could be terminated in January, but only with the authorisation of the second division Spanish side.
It’s explained the Hornets owned player has been one of the revelations of the Segunda Division and some La Liga clubs have already probed Suárez about the possibility of signing him in the winter market.
Zaragoza are not worried with the interest from elsewhere after the Watford loanee stressed he has no plans of changing clubs midway through the season.
“Regardless of contracts or not, interest or not, I am 100% involved with this club. Right now, in my head is about not leaving Zaragoza. I want to have an excellent season here and achieve the goals with the club,” Suárez was quoted as saying by El Periódico de Aragón.
“I am very happy to have come here. I am very comfortable in both the city and the club.”
Suárez’s comments should put any speculation linking him to other clubs in January to bed.