Ask any fan who watched watched Watford from the mid-1960s to halfway through the next decade to name a goalscorer and there is a strong chance one of the players below will be mentioned.

Having highlighted Luther Blissett, John Barnes, Ross Jenkins and Maurice Johnston last week, the focus now switches to five more well known names from the past as we continue to look back through our picture archive in association with the Watford Treasury.

Billy Jennings turned professional in 1970 but it wasn't until the 1973/74 season that his Vicarage Road career was to really take off.

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The striker finished the season as the top scorer in Division Three with 26 league goals, persuading West Ham United to pay £110,00 for his services and almost double Watford's record incoming transfer fee.

Read more: Memories of four great Watford FC goalscorers

The second highest scorer that season was Pat Morrissey, who weighed in with 12 goals to help Mike Keen's side finish seventh in the table.

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The Ireland-born forward had scored on his debut in December 1971 but was to find the back of the net only a couple of more times in almost the next year, although he did ultimately finish the 1972/73 campaign as top scorer with ten.

That season also saw the debut of a history maker on February 16, 1973.

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Keith Mercer was just 16 years and 125 days when he became the club's youngest ever player as a substitute in a 1-0 defeat at Tranmere Rovers.

Mercer had to wait until October 1974 to make his second appearance, but that saw him score his first goal in a 2-1 defeat over Bury.

The striker hit double figures the following year, but it was to be the 1976/77 campaign under Keen that was his most successful as he finished top scorer with 22.

Watford had begun the 1970s in Division Two and Barry Endean and Stewart Scullion were instrumental in helping Ken Furphy's to the highest tier in the club's history at that stage.

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Born in County Durham, Endean became a Vicarage Road hero as he led Watford's charge to the Division Three title in 1969, finishing as top scorer with 18 league goals from a total of 30 appearances.

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The following season was to be less productive in league scoring terms, with ten from 38 appearances, but Endean also scored four cup goals including a famous diving header that beat Liverpool to send Watford into the FA Cup semi-finals for the first time.

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Capable of some wonderful wing play, Scullion provided the flair in what was otherwise considered a largely workmanlike side built by Furphy.

Although not prolific from out wide, Scullion netted six times in the title-winning campaign, having contributed nine league goals in the 1967/68 season.

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The latest volume of The Watford Treasury - a visual history of Watford Football Club - will be published this Saturday. It’s a 96-page full-colour magazine of photography and articles covering almost every decade of the club’s existence. Highlights include a piece on the Watford Observer’s former cartoonist Terry Challis, written by Oliver Phillips. There’s also an interview with Steve Palmer about Graham Taylor's 1990s side; reflections on the late Alan Garner by his team-mate Ian Bolton; and, looking further back, an article on 1950s goalkeeper (and GB Olympian) Ted Bennett.

You can order Volume 6 of The Watford Treasury via this link. You’ll also receive a free A4 print of a photo of Graham Taylor and Elton John into the bargain.