Matej Vydra looks unlikely to return to Vicarage Road next season, according to his agent Ondrej Chovanec.
The Czech international has been on-loan with Watford for the past season and has impressed, scoring 22 goals in 41 appearances.
But Watford's failure to make the Premier League means that Vydra looks set to return to Udinese in the summer. Watford took Crystal Palace to extra time in the play-off final, but a Kevin Phillips goal saw the Eagles pip the hornets to the post and take the final promotion place.
With Vydra now being seen as the number one striker in the Czech Republic national team, Chovanec was quick to dismiss that his client will be playing in the second division of English football next season.
Speaking to the Evening Standard, Chovanec said: "I can't imagine him playing Championship again right now. He is the number one Czech international striker and he would like to play the same level competition as Petr Cech is doing."
Chovanec also suggested that a move to the Bundesliga could be completed, should the offer arise.
"We discussed it with the boy and he would like to play with the top players at the top level. It's difficult because he was very happy at Watford, but if you get the opportunity to play in the Premier League or German Bundesliga would you say no?" added Chovanec.
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