Watford are asking supporters to send photos or videos of themselves holding scarves above their heads as they plan a virtual display to honour their greatest ever manager, Graham Taylor.

Today (Tuesday, January 12) marks the fourth anniversary of Taylor's death and the club will be remembering him as they do every season with a scarf display this weekend in their game against Huddersfield, but with fans still unable to attend matches due to the spread of the coronavirus, it will have to be done virtually.

Supporters' photos and videos will be displayed on the stadium's big screens, as well as on pitchside LED monitors so that the display can go ahead in some form this year.

The players have taken photos of themselves with scarves in training this week and captain Troy Deeney told the club website he was looking forward to seeing the pictures sent in by the fans in this weekend's match.

“Everybody knows that Graham was a very special man and he not only had a big impact on my life but also my grandad’s, who was a huge Villa fan and adored him for what he did there," he said.

“Unfortunately I wasn’t around when the lads raised their scarves at the training ground the other day but it’s a fitting gesture and even though it’s a shame the fans won’t be there at the weekend, I’m looking forward to seeing all their photos and videos.”

The club has asked for any pictures or videos to be sent to hivelive@watfordfc.com by midnight on Thursday, January 14.