Watford defender Kiko Femenia has insisted he is happy at the club but would one day like to return to Spain to finish his career.
Femenia has been a regular for Watford this season, with 37 appearances to his name in the Championship and a key role in their instant return to the Premier League.
His contract expires in the summer, though, and as yet, there have been no imminent signs that a renewal is on the cards.
While reports have hinted that Watford are keen to keep him, there has been little movement on that front from the club, at least publicly.
That has seen the 30-year-old linked with a move elsewhere, with several reports in Turkey stating there are clubs there who would be interested.
Whether he makes such a move remains to be seen, but he has indicated he wouldn’t be keen, insisting he is happy where he is.
“It has been a complicated year, but since the arrival of the new coach, Xisco Muñoz, we have improved, and we have achieved the goal,” he told Las Provincias.
“I renewed when we were demoted, and the truth is that I am very happy here. Both my family and I have adapted very well.
“Hopefully, in a few years, I can return to my home and play my last years as a footballer at Hercules.
“Let’s see if they end up achieving permanence, and next year they can go up to professional football.”