Graham Stack wants Watford to give their supporters a performance to be proud of, as they look to try and salvage their Premier League status at Arsenal on Sunday.

The goalkeeping coach, who is currently acting as assistant to interim boss Hayden Mullins, said he will leave "no stone unturned" in the final push this weekend, even with the odds stacked firmly against the Hornets.

Defeat would see Watford drop into the Championship, while a draw would only be enough if Aston Villa are beaten away at West Ham. Realistically a win is likely to be needed.

Stack told the club website they are going to the Emirates looking for a result.

“One thing I can guarantee is we will do our very best, we’ll leave no stone unturned, we’ll do what’s best for the players and most importantly the club and the supporters,” he said.

“We want to give the fans something to smile about, something to be proud of, and we want to play our part in doing that.

“We’re committed to the club, we’re committed to the team and we’re going to do our very best to make some people happy come the end of the season.”

In order to make the supporters happy, the players first need their spirits lifting ahead of the match, following a morale-crushing 4-0 defeat at home to Manchester City that eradicated Watford's goal difference advantage over their relegation rivals.

Stack and Mullins have urged the players to get themselves ready for one last fight in order to avoid a wounding demotion.

“It’s difficult to lift the lads straight away, there’s a lot of emotion involved,” he said.

“Hayden’s been very honest with them, we’ve got another game to go, there’s still points to be played for and regardless of what goes on elsewhere we’ve got to take care of our own performances.

“We’ll go into the Arsenal game with a plan that we feel is going to be effective on the day, and we’ll pick a team that we believe is going to go there and get us a result.”

As a former Arsenal goalkeeper Stack has a strong affiliation with the Gunners, where he made a handful of first team starts and was part of their unbeaten 'invincibles' side in the 2003/04 season.

However, this weekend, he is hoping to get one over on his old club for the sake of his current employer's top flight status.

“I’m at Watford Football Club now and I’ll do everything I possibly can to beat Arsenal, regardless of the history I’ve got with the club,” he said.

“I had some wonderful years there but I’m now in the dugout for Watford and I’ll always do my very best to get the best out of the players and the best out of myself, regardless of who we play.”