Marco Silva refused to commit his long-term future to Watford after West Ham win
Last Updated: 19/11/17 8:43pm
Marco Silva refused to commit his future to Watford amid speculation with Everton, saying he is only concentrating on the next training session.
Watford rejected Everton's approach for Silva, whose side beat West Ham 2-0 on Sunday, and will not entertain any further offers at any price, according to Sky sources.
Reports on Sunday suggested that Watford have put a value on their manager, who has been strongly linked with a move to Goodison Park.
But Sky sources understand that is not true and the club expects Silva to stay at Vicarage Road.
However, Silva failed to put an end to the speculation, refusing to quash the links with Everton.
He said: "There has been zero distraction. We know what our work is, we did a fantastic week, the players worked really hard and today they performed really well and we deserved the three points.
"My future is tomorrow, we start to prepare the next day, we have already planned the session, that is my future.
"I understand the questions, some things we can't control. I know what is in my hands and that is the session tomorrow."
On his Hammers bow, David Moyes' team were seen off by goals from Will Hughes (11) and Richarlison (64) as Silva further enhanced his reputation.
Silva said: "It was a very good performance. We control all the match and had some very good moments.
"We changed the formation because we had some problems on right side, but the players understood really well.
"What we did today isn't really different to what we did in other games recently. The last three results didn't reflect what we did in the pitch."