The Hungarian, who scored 14 times last season, only has one year left on his contract at Vicarage Road.
The Hornets offered Priskin a new deal last season but the 23-year old has yet to sign, despite insisting he is happy to stay at the club.
"I wouldn't mind working with my previous trainer (Rodgers) again but I'm also happy to stay because Malky Mackay and I were team-mates last year so we have a good relationship." he told Nemzeti Sport.
"My contract will expire in 2010 and I don't have any information about if my club was negotiating my departure with another club.
"I feel very good in Watford. I enjoyed playing football in the last couple of months and after our summer holiday I missed the team and the atmosphere of the club."