Watford are completely injury free going into their game against Manchester City at the weekend, according to head coach Javi Gracia.

Kiko Femenia's return from illness sees the squad at full strength with a difficult trip in store to play the champions away from home.

Speaking ahead of the game, Gracia said it was a good day for the whole club.

He said: "Today's a good day for me cause I can say all my players are available for the next game.

"It's good news for us because it speaks well about all the people working around the team. Medical staff, all the workers in different departments, helping us today to keep condition and stay in the competitions."

With no injury problems, Gracia has a full complement to select his starting 11 from and, with Andre Gray making impressive performances off the bench and Daryl Janmaat filling in capably for Femenia in his absence, the head coach is keeping his cards close to his chest regarding his team selection.

He said: "I don’t like to speak about what we are going to do, [Deeney and Gray] it’s a very good option for us.

"They started playing well together at the beginning of the season and getting very good results.

"In the last game when they played together Andre scored the last goal in the last minutes.

"In other games we've played with other plays like Gerard Deulofeu for example. He and Deeney played against Cardiff and scored five goals.

"I take the best decision thinking only what is the best for the team. I always have to take these difficult decisions."