Javi Gracia says Watford feels like home after becoming the club's longest-serving Premier League head coach.

Spaniard Gracia, appointed in January 2018, took charge of the Hornets for the 39th time in the top flight during yesterday's goalless draw at Brighton & Hove Albion.

There has been a high turnover of head coaches at Vicarage Road in recent seasons, with Quique Sanchez Flores, Walter Mazzarri and Marco Silva all coming and going since promotion from the Championship in 2015.

But Gracia, who has a contract until 2023, is settled and enjoying life in Hertfordshire.

"To achieve something like that I think the most important thing is to keep always focused on the next day," the 48-year-old said of his record.

"From the moment I arrived here I can say I felt very comfortable and I think it's a club where I'm feeling really well.

"I don't know the time other coaches have been, I don't know my future in this club but I'm enjoying the present and trying to do my best.

"I don't like to speak about the future, I don't like to speak about the past. I prefer to be focused on the present because I think it's the best way to achieve important things.

"In this team, it's our ambition in this moment to try to be demanding and try to continue in the next games keeping our level and at the end of the season we'll see where we are.

"But nothing special about me, I prefer to be focused on the team."

Watford climbed to eighth in the table following the stalemate at the Amex Stadium.