Watford will have three players missing from their squad for the Arsenal game in the Premier League on Monday evening.

Jose Holebas picked up a hamstring problem during the FA Cup semi-final, while Domingos Quina injured his shoulder in training.

Additionally, Tom Cleverley remains absent with a calf problem.

Head coach Javi Gracia said that those three could also be joined by others who will need to be assessed ahead of the game.

"The rest of the players, there are some of them with different pains, but we will see in the next days if they're ready to compete against Arsenal," he said.

"We have other players ready.

"In the last game you could see Adam Masina competing very well and in other games as well.

"I want all my players to be fit, but in this case we have other players ready, it’s not a problem."

Following a lengthy spell on the touchline, Cleverley returned to the first team from the bench against Cardiff in December last year. 

However, Gracia believes the former Manchester United man will make an appearance again before the end of the current campaign.

He said: "I don’t know how much time he needs in order to train with the team, but he's doing something and I think he will be ready for the next games, but I don’t know when.

"In this moment he has this injury and this problem and he has to recover, but I think he will be ready for the next games and he will help the team."

After last weekend's heroics, Gracia praised his side's attitude after they immediately switched their focus to the next game. 

The head coach described the remainder of the season as seven cup finals in waiting, rather than just one.

He said: "The players had three days off and after three days they were ready to start to prepare the next game.

"If you have good professionals and the players we have, it’s easy because in this moment they know the next games are very important for us.

"We don’t have only one final, we have seven finals to play and all of them are focused on the next game."