Watford head coach Javi Gracia has praised his team's performance in their 2-0 FA Cup win at Woking, and says his players have the right attitude to beat anyone.

The Hornets comfortably beat the National League South team in a game in which they were rarely tested and Gracia was pleased with the way his team earned the win.

He said: "Before coming we knew it would be a demanding game instead of just the difference being the levels of the teams, but the players started playing very focused, knowing what they had to do.

"We scored early and we had the control. We knew, while it was only one goal, we needed to kill the game, we didn't do it until the second half but it was a good performance."

The head coach made 11 changes to the side that drew with Bournemouth in mid-week, handing starts to Nathaniel Chalobah, Heurelho Gomes and Isaac Success, while Adalberto Penaranda made his Watford debut.

This showed some strength in depth for the Hornets and Gracia thinks this is more important for the club than today's result.

He said: "We have a good squad. The players that played today didn't play the last games and I know all of them are ready and, like they showed today, they are available and ready to compete.

"The result is not as important. It's more important for me to see my players in a good condition and with a good attitude today."

Looking ahead to the next round, Gracia is not too bothered about who his opponents are, just whether or not his side put in a good performance in the game.

He said: "All the teams are possible for us to play against, now we will see.

"For me, it's more important to see my players perform with a great commitment and, with this attitude, we can play and win against whatever opposition."