48 - Most appearances (all competitions), Troy Deeney

44 - Most league appearances, Troy Deeney

25 - Top goalscorer (all competitions), Troy Deeney

24 – Number of league goals scored by Troy Deeney

74 - Total league goals scored

64 - Total league goals conceded

60 – Points Watford achieved in the Championship this season

13 – Position Watford finished in the Championship table

Watford Observer:

9 – Ikechi Anya ended the campaign with nine assists, the highest this season

17 – The number of goals Watford scored in the opening 15 minutes of league matches this season

102 – Number of yellow cards Watford received in the Championship this season, the highest in the league

6 – Six different Watford players were sent off this season

Watford Observer:

13 – Marco Cassetti became the Hornets’ 13th oldest scorer when he netted against Blackburn Rovers

4 – The number of Watford away wins this season. The club have won fewer matches on their travels in 18 campaigns in their history

20 – Troy Deeney became only the fourth Watford player to net 20 league goals in back-to-back seasons

3 – The average number of goals in Watford’s league games this season, the highest in the Championship

10 - The Hornets went ten home matches in all competitions without defeat from January 14 through to the end of April

Watford Observer:

3 – At the age of 57, Beppe Sannino is the third oldest manager to take charge of a Watford game

14 – Watford struggled on the road throughout their campaign and went on a 14-game winless run away from home

13 – The number of goals Watford conceded from the 86th minute of league matches this season

16 – Troy Deeney’s position on Watford’s all-time leading goalscorer’s list, level with George Edmonds and George Harris

6 – The number of consecutive home league wins Watford claimed without conceding a goal, a new club record

Watford Observer:

435 – The number of appearances Watford stalwart Lloyd Doyley has now made for the club. He is now sixth in the Hornets’ all-time appearance list

35 – The number of away league goals Watford scored this season, the club’s joint seventh best campaign on the road in history by this measure

0 – There were no own goals scored or conceded in Watford's league matches this season

Watford Observer:

1994 – The last year a Watford defender won the Goal of the Season award prior to Gabriele Angella. Gerard Lavin won the accolade 20 years ago

14 – The number of league substitute appearances made by Christian Battocchio this season, the highest of any Watford player

8 – The number of goals (all competitions) scored by Gabriele Angella, making him Watford’s highest scoring defender for a season since Dan Shittu netted nine in 2007/08

15,512 – Watford’s average attendance this season in the Championship. The third highest in club history for a second-tier season

38 – The number of different players used by Watford at first-team level this season