Marco Silva: Hull boss to quit and hold talks over Watford job

Much like in their match against Leicester City, Tottenham Hotspur are expected to field a rotated side in their final Premier League match of the season against Hull City this Sunday.

Although Silva found it hard to turn Hull's away form around, six wins in seven home league games gave the club a hope of survival until defeats in their last two games assured relegation back to the Championship.

However, he gave his strongest hint yet that he could leave the KCOM stadium, with Watford reportedly interested in Silva replacing the impending void to be left by the outgoing Walter Mazzarri.

"Of course the club want to keep me and now it is not just whether I want [to stay] or not - I need to analyse other things".

The Tigers last game is at home to Tottenham and rampaging Harry Kane and Silva added: "It's disappointing and frustrating because we didn't achieve our goal".

Marco Silva is out of contract at the end of the season.

"We met this week and they showed they have an interest in keeping me and my staff at the club", Silva told BBC Radio Humberside.

The former Olympiacos manager quickly boosted his reputation by guiding the Tigers to six league wins from his opening 14 matches to give them a chance of surviving.

There appear to be plenty of suitors, including the Hornets, but Silva insists he has not been in contact with any other team.

"We have one more game to play and Watford have one more game to play as well". Up until now, nothing has happened.

Silva's future beyond the end of the season remains uncertain following the relegation, but the Portuguese boss is first focused on giving the supporters something to cheer about.

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