Edwards admits Hornets interest
By Alex Dunn
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Luton's Carlos Edwards admits he would like to join Premiership new boys Watford.
Luton midfielder Carlos Edwards admits he would relish the opportunity to join Premiership new boys Watford.
The Trinidad & Tobago international saw his stock rise at the World Cup following a series of impressive displays in Germany.
Watford are known to be long-term admirers of the pacey 27-year-old and Edwards admits that should Luton accept an offer for his services then he would be delighted.
The former Wrexham winger feels the time is now right to try his hand in the top flight, although he insists he has not courted a move, nor would he agitate a rapid exit from Kenilworth Road.
"If Watford want me and Luton say 'Carlos, it is time for you to go', I will take the opportunity with both hands," Edwards told the Trinidad Express.
"If I do leave for Watford, a few harsh words may be coming my way. But in football you are always going to make some people happy and some unhappy.
"I am happy to be at Luton at the moment. Most players think the quickest way to force a move is to stick in a transfer request, but I am not thinking that way."