Abdoulaye Doucoure has suggested that his time at Watford could be coming to an end and that he will be allowed to leave in the summer if the right offer arrives.

The 27-year-old's future has been the subject of constant speculation since he joined the club back in 2016.

Big money moves to Paris Saint Germain have been spoken about in the press before, while an approach from Everton amounted to nothing during last summer's transfer window.

However, in an interview with Canal+ the Frenchman said he still has his heart set on playing for a Champions League side and said that the Hornets would not stand in his way if the right offer was made.

"If a big club manages to make an interesting offer for me, of course the club will let me leave, easily," he said.

"A club that plays in the Champions League is the goal, but I don’t have a particular one in mind.

"We’re little by little arriving at the end of the cycle. Maybe the club [Watford] has certain expectations for me, I don’t really know them yet, but I can still progress and still do good things, so if I were to change clubs, it would be to go up a level."

While Doucoure is not picky about which team he wants to play for, he did state that he is happy in the Premier League and would rather continue his development there.

He also suggested that if the right approach did not arrive, he would not be unhappy staying at Vicarage Road.

"I’m happy in the Premier League," he said.

"I want to stay in the Premier League, that’s my main wish. Then we’ll see what’s on offer, or not, for me this summer”.