Gianfranco Zola insists he will “put out the best team for the day” when his side host Bolton Wanderers tomorrow.
The Hornets boss dismissed suggestions the team that lost 2-0 to Bristol City on Tuesday night was a weakened side because of the six changes made to the starting line-up.
“It was a full strength side on Tuesday,” Zola said.
“We had some different players in the team but I don’t think the team was much weaker. We will see what formation we play against Bolton but we will put out the best team for the day.”
Watford have no fresh injury concerns ahead of tomorrow’s clash.
Tommie Hoban and Neuton have both been back in training this week but neither are yet considered match fit.
Bolton currently sit 17th in the Championship, just six points above the relegation spots.
Dougie Freeman’s side have been struggling for form of late, having won only one of their last six matches and their away record is the worst in the division, with just two away victories all season.