Watford will go back to business this week and concentrate only on their remaining Premier League fixtures, according to striker Andre Gray.

Following the Hornets’ heroic semi-final comeback, the former Burnley man said that from now until the end of the league campaign, the club will not be thinking about the FA Cup final.

“We go back to training and we get back to business,” he said.

“The cup final’s not for another month or so and we’ve got work to do.

“We want to finish as high as we can in the league and then as soon as the season’s done, we can focus on the cup final.

“We’ve got a job to do, we want to do well and so we get back to business this week.”

Watford play Arsenal at home on Monday evening, giving them two precious days more to recover following their exhausting extra-time finish at Wembley last Sunday.

Gray said the club’s performance in that game and their ability to keep going after the regulation 90 minutes was testament to the team’s strength and stamina.

He said: “It showed our fitness levels to push on and find that quality in the final third when it mattered in extra-time which is difficult to do but we did it and we showed how fit and determined we are.

“Troy (Deeney) said the same thing everyone did, that we’ve got this now, they’re scared, they’re on the back foot and let’s not take our foot off the gas, let’s go hell for leather and keep going.

“I don’t think any of the players have played 120 minutes that intense but our fitness levels are incredible.

“We knew we had them at that moment and we just needed to keep our composure. Me and Gerry (Deulofeu) did that in the final third and he had them fresh legs to go and put it away as well.”

Watford’s semi-final opponents Wolverhampton Wanderers have received a lot of praise for their impressive season so far, but Gray believes after the game on Sunday it is now time people paid Watford a bit more respect.

He said: “It’s easy for people to say that about Wolves, but we’re only one point behind them in the league and now we’ve beat them twice so people need to give us credit as well.

“Maybe they get a bit more because they’ve just got promoted and the way they’ve gone about it and look they’re a fantastic team, they showed that in the first half, but we showed how good we can be as well.

“It wasn’t a pretty game and we had to play dirty, but we know we’ve got that in the locker if we need it.

“It’s a special cup and we deserved it today, we haven’t had any luck throughout any of our cup run, we’ve had to grind and really dig in and we did that again today.

“I don’t think you can ask much more.

“We’ve got a few league games left to go and go and finish this season strong and then we can go and concentrate on the cup final.”