Matej Vydra
Matej Vydra is ready to play in the Ppemier League, according to his agent.

Czech Republic youngster Matej Vydra is considering a move to the Premier League with both Tottenham and Arsenal reportedly interested in his services.

The Udinese youngster spent last season on loan at Watford and was the standout performer, scoring 22 goals across the season and helping his side into the playoff final.

Arsenal and Tottenham have since been connected with the hitman, with the sides looking for strikers to improve their attacking line-ups this summer.

And Vydra's agent has now revealed his client believes that the Premier league will be his destination next season.

"I can't imagine him playing Championship again right now," his agent Ondrej Chovanec told the Evening Standard.

"We discussed it with the boy and he would like to play with the top players on the top level. It's difficult because he was very happy at Watford, but if you get the opportunity to play Premier League or German Bundesliga would you say no?

"He [Vydra] had two or three proposals from Premier League clubs in January and he has had fresh proposals [since].

"He is the number one Czech international striker and he would like to play the same level competition as Petr Cech is doing.

"They would like him to go back to Watford next season because they want to make the team strong and they want to finish the job.

"[But] the Pozzo's are always saying if the player wants to leave and the offer is good enough then let's discuss. At the moment he would like to play in the highest league. He had two or three proposals from Premier League clubs in January and he has had fresh proposals."

Fulham are also believed to be interested in taking on Vydra, though they will not be able to offer ambitions of Champions League football, nor participation in the tournament, like Tottenham and Arsenal respectively can.

A product of FC Vysočina Jihlava's youth program in the Czech Republic, Vydra made the move to Udinese after a stint at FC Baník Ostrava which saw him receive the award for the 'Czech Revelation of the Year' by local journalists.

His time at Udinese was short, being sent off to Brugges on loan, but Watford is where the 21 year old has really found his feet, with his performances in the Championship pointing towards a high profile move this summer.