In the last two seasons the starlet has been on loan with Leeds United and Sheffield Wednesday and says that the time with both clubs has helped him to mature as a player.
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However, he wants to make sure his next spell will give him more playing time in order to improve his ability as a footballer - and eventually hopes to break in to Arsenal's first team.
"I want to go somewhere where I’m learning from it. If the deal’s right, my agents and Arsene Wenger will tell me. I’m waiting for the right club," he told Arsenal's official website.
"Last season’s loan spells were about maturing. You’ve got to work hard for your place every week. You’re on your own. You have to grow up.
"We were fighting for promotion and every game and training session was vital. You always had to be switched on. It was good for me."
Watt has scored four goals for Arsenal's youth side so far this term and, despite never having appeared for the Gunners' first team, is hoping he may be involved against Coventry in the League Cup next week.
"Anything can happen. I have to be ready," he said. "I’ve got to keep playing like I could be picked for the next game. I’m going to keep working hard and see what happens."