Date: 29th August 2012 at 9:28am
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Watford striker Troy Deeney has this morning released a statement apologising for the actions which lead to his imprisonment earlier this summer.

The Hornet’s forward, 23, was imprisoned on June 25 after being convicted affray for his attack on a student outside a Birmingham nightclub.

Deeney’s future at the club appears to remain in the balance with no statement from the club in several weeks now.

However, this morning Deeney has spoken for the first time since he was sent down. The Birmingham-born striker released a statement to Sky Sports News which read:

‘I made a terrible mistake and I’m now serving my sentence for this.

‘I have apologised to the victim involved and I would also like to place on record my apology to the fans and players of Watford Football Club for letting them down with my indiscretion.

‘If the club decide to retain my services then I will give my all this season to help them achieve the goals set by the new management team.’

Whether or not an update on Deeney’s situation is far away, who knows?