Fernando Forestieri seems determined to drive home the message he sees his future at Watford.
He sent another message on Twitter yesterday of himself pictured in a Watford shirt earlier this week in the match with Preston North End, with two hearts in the yellow and red colours of the club.
The Italian had been linked with Leeds United, Reading, and Sheffield Wednesday by The Sun, with SkySports reporting yesterday the Owls have made a £3 million offer for his services, matching the amount put forward by Leeds.
Forestieri's heart appears set on staying with the Hornets, recently promoted to the Premier League, with the Yorkshire Evening Post reporting that the attacker prefers to remain down in the south of England.
As speculation heightened over a potential Leeds move, the 25-year-old earlier this week took to Twitter to proclaim his love for Watford instead, despite the countless messages from fans of the Yorkshire club asking him to sign.
Thanks for the support today! Was nice to be in the pitch again feeling the love from the fans Good point today!!!— fernando forestieri (@Forestieri11) August 23, 2015