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Troy Deeney admits he may have played his last game for Watford

Watford captain Troy Deeney bared his soul after their relegation from the Premier League, saying their loss to Arsenal may be his last for the club.

Deeney admitted the team hadn’t been good enough all season and that some club employees may lose their jobs as a result of their relegation to the Championship.

The 32-year-old said he was set to undergo a knee operation now the season was finished having been barely able to train in recent weeks but hilariously replied ‘cheeky b******’ when asked live on Sky Sports if his career was over.

Troy Deeney reacts after Watford’s relegation from the Premier League was confirmed

The Watford skipper admitted afterwards he may have played his final match for the club

The Watford skipper admitted afterwards he may have played his final match for the club

Watford slid into the Championship along with Bournemouth and Norwich as Villa survived

Watford slid into the Championship along with Bournemouth and Norwich as Villa survived

Despite Deeney’s penalty early in the second-half, Watford lost 3-2 at the Emirates Stadium and lose their Premier League status after five seasons.

Aston Villa stayed up on a dramatic final afternoon as the Hornets and Bournemouth suffered relegation.

Deeney told Sky Sports: ‘We haven’t quite been good enough at both ends of the pitch and it showed again today. It’s…