28-year old Daniel Tozser signed for Watford on a short-term loan in the January transfer window and has impressed in the 20 appearances made since then.
The holding-player helped secure survival in the Sky Bet Championship following the appointment of current head coach Beppe Sannino, who claimed that Tozser was the most important member of his side. The Italian coach suggested that Tozser is 'the only player who knows in advance that he will play'.
Considering the praise that has been lavished on the Hungarian, comments made by the player concerning a permanent move have come as no surprise.
In an interview with Hungarian media outlet NSO TV, Tozser spoke of his enjoyment at Vicarage Road:
"Of course it is nice to hear kind words.
"I haven't missed a single minute since I have been here, I feel good and I have the trust of the manager, so I think I signed to a good place where I can play for an ambitious club.
"Here everyone knows what his job is and I think we have a very good squad."
This positive opinion of his current employers may be the reason for Tozser's desire to stay in England, although he is aware that a deal must be agreed between Watford and his parent club Genoa.
"I am here on loan until June 30, but the club have indicated that they have started to have talks with Genoa about staying on.
"But it's not that simple because the two clubs have to agree about me and also with me. I'd like to stay because the club's aim is to gain promotion to the Premier League."
The desire to play in the Premier League is one which many players have, and Tozser is willing to take a step down to reach that goal - both for himself, and for his new teammates.