Out-on-loan Watford striker Luis Suarez is remaining patient regarding his future, but has not ruled out a return to Real Zaragoza for next season.

The Colombian striker has been the subject of interest from a number of clubs, including Lazio in Italy who have made contact with his representatives, although are yet to make an actual bid.

Suarez has also been offered a new contract at Vicarage Road, but said he is currently just focused on getting Zaragoza promoted.

Speaking to El Periódico de Aragón he said: “I am very happy here, at the city, club and everything. At the end of the season it will be seen what will be done for the future. I keep saying that I would like to end the season here and then see what will be done.

“The truth is that I am very happy, not only me, but the entire squad, to be in the team again and everything that goes with it. We feel that we are closer to competing again and that motivates us a lot.

“The season has been very good at an individual level, but I am left with the group, with the team at the top and fighting for promotion.”