Watford attacker Richarlison has told the London Evening Standard that "you never know" what the future holds as Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea and Arsenal are linked with a move for the Brazilian.
The 20-year-old has starred at Vicarage Road since his move from Brazilian outfit Fluminese in August, having a hand in 10 goals during his 30 league and cup appearances. He has scored five goals and provided five assists.
Spurs were linked with a move ahead of the January transfer window but he remained at Vicarage Road, though his future remains up in the air with the Hornets as the trio of Premier League giants lurk.
Speaking this week, Richarlison stated that he has solely committed to Watford but did state that he does not know what the future holds as he continues to be linked with a move away from Hertfordshire.
“In the future you never know but I leave all things like that up to my agents," Richarlison said.
“At the moment my head is completely in Watford. I am not thinking about anything else and I want to help the team get as far as possible in the League. That is my objective, that is my focus and nothing else.”
Richarlison put pen to paper on a five-year contract in the summer, believed to be worth just £20,000 a week but has since proved to be worth a lot more than that in the yellow of Watford.
Spurs are well-equipped in the final third, following the signing of Lucas Moura in January from Paris Saint-Germain. They also boast talents such as Son Heung-Min, Christian Eriksen, Dele Alli, Moussa Sissoko and Erik Lamela.
But the latter has been linked with a summer move to Italian giants Inter Milan, and if he is sold then Spurs could look to replace him with Richarlison likely to be high on their summer shortlist.