Javi Gracia is looking forward to the atmosphere inside Vicarage Road for Watford's game against Arsenal, after an experience he will never forget at Wembley.

The Hornets' head coach said he is hoping to keep the supporters happy with a strong end to the season and said the atmosphere during the FA Cup semi-final is something he will never forget.

"I’m sure of that in all the games I will enjoy the atmosphere we have," he said.

"I'm sure on Monday it will be the same or better because all the supporters are happy.

"In this moment what we have to do is try to keep this happiness by getting good results.

"I enjoyed the atmosphere at Wembley.

" I could see on my right half yellow and black and it was something really special, something I won’t forget in my life."

On the pitch, the head coach is focused on ending the season on a high note after already achieving record-breaking success with Watford this campaign.

However, with two sides in the Premier League's top six still to play, Gracia knows it will not be an easy thing to do.

The Hornets' record against the top six this season, just one win from ten, is not what the coach would have wanted, particularly given their efforts in those matches. 

He said: "It's not only for us, but for most of the teams it's difficult to get points against these six teams.

"I think we have two chances yet against Arsenal and Chelsea and we will try to do it.

"We did it last season, we beat Chelsea and I think we will try to do it again.

"I don’t know why because in some of these games we were really close to getting points, but I think if we keep this level and this attitude in the next games, or in the future, we will be able to get better results against them."