Gerard Deulofeu has said that his first goal against Wolverhampton Wanderers was not his best, but certainly his most important.

The former Barcelona winger came off the bench and turned the game on its head, with the Hornets trailing 2-0 at Wembley.

Two goals from Deulofeu either side of Troy Deeney's last minute penalty ensured Watford reached the final of the FA Cup for only the second time in their history.

"I don’t think it’s my best and if it’s my best goal I want to improve," said Deulofeu.

"I don’t know if it’s the best goal, but it’s certainly one of the most important.

"It was a great afternoon today and when I came on it was a change to the team, we changed the whole squad to the attack.

"We scored the first one and the feeling of the team is we’re going to score the second one after extra-time.

"My mind and my feeling is we’re going to kill the game and that’s what happened."

Deulofeu admitted he was angry to have been left on the bench for the game, after Andre Gray was selected ahead of him, but his goals and his performance will have ensured that Javi Gracia might think twice about leaving him out in the future.

He said: "He knows I’m angry because I’m playing all season, but sometimes the manager has to decide, he decided this and what I have to do is what I did.

"Coming from teams like Barcelona and Milan, who play a different style than Watford, I have to adapt myself to those characteristics and that’s what I did and what I’m doing now.

"It’s a little bit difficult, but that’s what I’ve got to do if I want to make a good season here in Watford."

Manchester City await the Hornets in the final, but after their heroics today Watford will be full of belief that they can go on and win lift the trophy.

Deulofeu said he's fully aware that the Hornets will go into the game as underdogs, but that anything can happen in a cup final.

He said: "Of course they are favourite, but Watford is a team who knows its charecteristics.

"All the team knows what we have to do when we are on the pitch and it's going to be a tough game, but we're going to fight for that title because a final is a final and anything can happen."