Date: 13th February 2008 at 11:09pm
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Watford`s 5th best striker Tamas Priskin favors a move away from Watford in the summer and would even go back on loan to Gyori ETO FC in Hungary if he could, according to web reports.

The young striker off the Eastern block finds himself behind the likes of Steve Kabba, the injured Collins John and Moses Ashikodi at Vicarage Road (never mind Ellington or Henderson) and is eyeing up a switch back to join old club Gyori should the Hornets not get promoted.

Priskin told reporters from Hungary`s finest sports paper, Kisalfold “It`s true that I don`t get too much time on the pitch so I think if we don`t win promotion then I`ll leave Watford in [the] summer.”

And despite reportedly being tracked by the likes of German giants Stuttgart and FC Koln last season, the 21 year old striker revealed a desire to return to his homeland.

He added “I keep checking what`s going on with Gyori in Hungary and I`ve read that they problems in their attacking section but so far no one has contacted me from ETO? I think my club officials at Watford wouldn`t let me go to Hungary on loan”.

Indeed, Aidy Boothroyd insisted at a Fans Forum earlier this season that Priskin has badgered him about a loan move but the Watford boss stated “He has asked twice [about a loan] and I have said no”.

VitalWatford just aren`t sure about Tamas – He has an impressive hit rate at international level with 6 goals in 16 showings for Hungary (mostly friendlies mind) but has notched up only 5 times in 35 outtings at Watford?He really should have packed his international shooting boots when he headed off for Hertfordshire and now his Hungarian shirt could be under threat.