Watford goalkeeper Scott Loach has refused to rule out a move to Tottenham, but admits he is currently focusing on his career at Vicarage Road.

The highly-rated England Under-21 international is believed to have been under the watchful eye of the Premier League outfit on Monday. Spurs assistant boss Joe Jordan, first-team coach Kevin Bond and chief scout Ian Broomfield all reportedly attended the Hornets` recent 3-1 victory over QPR.

"I am playing football week-in, week-out with great lads. I think my time will come eventually, I just have to keep playing," Loach told the Watford Observer.

"If Tottenham were to knock on the door and I was to go there then brilliant, but at the minute it is Malky (Mackay) and Watford.

"I am confident I will play in the Premier League one day but at the moment I have to concentrate on getting Watford to the Premier League."

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