Watford yet to make decision on Granada's Daniel Pudil and Udinese's Matej Vydra
Gianfranco Zola says Watford have yet to make a decision on the two Czech players who linked up with the club this week.
Granada's Daniel Pudil and Udinese's Matej Vydra have been training with Watford since the club returned to pre-season on Tuesday and the pair are expected to join the English club on season-long loans.
However, yesterday Zola told the Watford Observer: "The new players are just training with us and we haven’t made any decisions at the moment, but we will see.
"They are potentially good players so we will see."
Pudil is a 26-year-old left-sided player who can play in midfield or defence and joined Granada from Belgian side Racing Genk.
He was on loan at relegated Serie A side Cesana towards the end of last season and was a late omission from the Czech Republic squad for Euro 2012.
Vydra is a 20-year-old striker who spent most of last season on the sidelines due a knee ligament injury but returned to fitness earlier this year.
He was signed by Udinese for around €4m two years ago after an excellent six-month stint at Banik Ostrava whilst still a 17-year-old.