Gerard Deulofeu has insisted that he is happy at Watford amid reports suggesting AC Milan are keen on bringing him to San Siro.
The 25-year-old, who came through Barcelona's famous La Masia academy, finished last season as the Hornets' top scorer with 12 goals.
As a result, Deulofeu has attracted the attention of several European clubs, with AC Milan reportedly voicing an interest in signing the Spaniard.
However, speaking on the subject of moving away from Vicarage Road, Deulofeu said: "In the all teams where I have been I didn't stay for a lot of time, so every time I travel to Milan, Everton, Sevilla, Barcelona.
"Now I feel comfortable here. The first season I suffered a little bit but finally I adapted to Watford and I enjoy it here.
"I scored a lot of goals to help the team last season. I hope this season I score more than 12 goals because I can score more. I feel the type of player like me, I can score more goals. But the best thing is to help the team take three points and to achieve something special with Watford."
Watford value Deulofeu at around £35m, a figure AC Milan are unprepared to shell out for the winger.