Xisco Munoz is not concerned about Watford players' involvement in international fixtures ahead of their all important final eight games.

Winger Ken Sema has been named in Sweden's starting XI for their game against Estonia this evening, while Daniel Bachmann could also be involved in Austria's World Cup qualifier against Denmark.

However, the head coach said it is nothing he is especially worried by and is part and parcel of working with good players.

"When you're in a big club, the players stay with the national team," said Munoz. "We need to have big respect for these games and for everyone.

"They have good players in the international team, and everyone has the games at the same time. For us it's nothing special. I know our players have good things. It's nothing special for us."

While Munoz could have one or two players missing due to their international duties, he has been handed a boost with the return of Tom Cleverley and a potential return for Ismaila Sarr.

"Tom is ready. It's good news for us because he can play the next game," he said. "And with Sarr we are waiting. We will wait until the last moment and we will see if he can arrive for the game.

"Maybe for the next game, I have a very good problem. I have 24/25 players ready to stay in the [team] list and this is amazing because you can use a totally different system for what you want, to try to change the energy or the situation in a game. It's amazing when you have different players for different situations."