Xisco Munoz has described the Premier League as the "best competition in the world" and said he is excited about getting the chance to coach in the division next season.

The Watford Observer has been told that the Spaniard is expected to continue his work as head coach into next season, despite reports elsewhere suggesting he might not be able to, due to his coaching badges.

Speaking to Spanish publication Las Provincias, the coach was asked if he wanted to work in La Liga.

While Munoz did say that was something he hoped to do in the future, for now he is preparing for the Premier League.

"I wish, but now I only think about continuing to learn," he said. "The next objective is the Premier, which is something very exciting, it's the best competition in the world."

Munoz praised the club's owner Gino Pozzo for making his job easier following his arrival in December.

The head coach said it was a "luxury" to work with him.

"Gino put everything at our disposal from the first moment, he has helped us to achieve our goal," he said. "In my personal experience I can only say that it is a luxury to work with him.

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"I feel good, in the meetings, the conversations take place in the most honest way possible, but this is my particular vision."