Slavisa Jokanovic says Watford have no room to make mistakes during the final 11 games of the Championship season, starting against Wolverhampton Wanderers tomorrow.

The Golden Boys travel to Molineux looking to record their fourth successive Championship victory.

Top scorer Odion Ighalo and defender Joel Ekstrand face late fitness tests, both have hamstring injuries, while Sean Murray (knee) is ruled out.

The last time the two teams met Watford suffered a 1-0 defeat at Vicarage Road against Kenny Jackett’s side.

Jokanovic said Wolves “annihilated” Watford during that loss but the Serbian believes his players’ mentality has changed in the past two months.

He explained: “We have improved and we have done a good job to be where we are. Now, in this last part of the Championship, we don’t have any space to make mistakes.

“Now is the moment to show the right mentality, for the players to believe in themselves and for everyone to push the boat in the same direction.

“In front of us are two months where we need to show how strong we can be. We must be stronger than we were in the past.

“Many things can happen in the next two months and every victory is more important.”

The Hornets boss added: “If people believe that the teams at the top of the table are stronger than Watford then that is wrong.

“But if my team believe they are better than the tenth place team then we are wrong as well. So be careful and think about the small details.

“Getting the small details right can push us in the right direction.”