Watford will have Roberto Pereyra available for tomorrow evening's game against Southampton at Vicarage Road.

The Argentine had been missing through injury since the FA Cup semi-final against Wolves, but is now fit and ready to play once again.

Jose Holebas, however is still missing, as well as three other Hornets' players.

"We have out of the team Jose Holebas, Tom Cleverley, Domingos Quina and Sebastian Prodl today had a little problem," said head coach Javi Gracia.

"The rest of the players are available, (Adalberto) Penaranda and Roberto Pereyra who were injured for the last game they are available."

With only four league games remaining of the season, Gracia is pleased with how his team has performed so far.

However, the head coach is adamant that he is not looking forward to the end of the campaign and instead is focused on savouring the moment, with his side flying high in the league and with an FA Cup final still to play. 

He said: "I'm happy with the moment, I enjoy the moment.

"The success of this season is not only the end, we have to enjoy every day every single game. 

"There are only four games left to finish - we are in a good position, I have had other experiences when we weren't in the same situation, with a different objective.

"There's always something important to achieve, I think in this moment all the players know it and I can feel all of them are looking forward to the next games."

Also making the head coach happy this season is the recognition both he and his players have received from pundits and fans alike.

He said he likes the song the fans have for him and that it is important for the team and the supporters to be enjoying the moment together. 

He said: "(They sing it) many times, I know it, it's a good song.

"I'm happy because my players in this moment have the recognition and it's the most important for me - to see our supporters enjoying with the team and feel as well my players have that recognition."