Watford have no fresh injury concerns going into this weekend's game with Coventry City, claims Vladimir Ivic.

The head coach said his players had come through their morning training session without any problems, but that he would have to wait 24 hours to know if any of his players have any lingering fatigue or other issues after their 3-2 win over Stoke City.

"We finished the morning session," said Ivic. I believe that everybody's okay, we don't have some problems. Sometimes we need to wait more than 24 hours to see the reaction of the players and to see who will be available for the next game."

Two players who are nearing full fitness are Andre Gray and Will Hughes, both of whom could be in line for a starting place this weekend, according to Ivic.

Troy Deeney could also be in line for a start after sitting on the bench against Stoke.

"Andre played more than Will [against Stoke], but it happened because of the game and what was going on in the game.

"Will's a guy who's now ready. Maybe he will be available for the game on Saturday, maybe to start with him and maybe not maybe to come from the bench. We need to take a decision tomorrow to see if he can be a starter or not."

Nathaniel Chalobah also seems to be okay ahead of the Sky Blues' visit, despite picking up a knock and being substituted in the game with the Potters.

"He had a problem, but after the game in the dressing room the information was that he's okay," added Ivic.

"This morning he was okay. Again we are still waiting for his recovery what they will do in the next 24 hours. After that I will see when I have the complete information."