Javi Gracia expects Queens Park Rangers to present a difficult challenge in the FA Cup next week but insists he will not prioritise between progress in the competition and the Premier League.

The Championship side will host Watford next Friday night in the fifth round after defeating Portsmouth in their replay.

Gracia said: "I was there and watching the game [at Loftus Road]. I think it will be a tough game as well because they won the game and scored two goals from set pieces because they have a lot of power from corner kicks and free-kicks.

"They scored from a free-kick and a corner so we have to be ready and very motivated and concentrated because playing at home they're a good team."

The Hornets have a big opportunity to reach the latter stages of the FA Cup with so many top-flight sides eliminated but Gracia is adamant he will focus equally on both competitions.

The Watford head coach said: "In my opinion I want to win all the games. It's not different the game against Everton and QPR. Now some of you ask me about Everton's coach and players but I don't have a different reason to win the game than always I want to win."