Fulham boss Chris Coleman has urged Collins John to make a swift decision on whether he wants to join Watford.
The two clubs have agreed a fee for the Dutch striker and John has been given permission to speak to Watford.
Coleman feels it will be better for John to leave, as he is not keen on keeping players who are not committed, and wants the striker to make a quick decision.
"Everything is fine between myself and Aidy (Boothroyd)," Coleman told Sky Sports News. "It is up to Collins to make a decision.
"I think for everybody it needs to be sooner the better.
"We don't want any players here who don't want to be at the club."
Coleman is eager to boost his options, but he is unlikely to move for Vikash Dhorasoo as the French midfielder is reported to have picked up an injury during a trial with Fulham.