Javi Gracia has said that Watford do not have any major injury concerns ahead of their upcoming friendly away at Queens Park Rangers.

The Hornets travel to Loftus Road this Saturday for the first of two friendlies taking place in England ahead of the new Premier League season and the head coach told the club website his squad is in pretty good shape.

Of those involved in their games in Austria against Ajax and Bayer Leverkusen, most emerged unscathed, with minor problems only affecting Nathaniel Chalobah and Isaac Success.

“Chalobah has a little problem and we’ll see when we come back,” said Gracia.

“I think he has to do some tests but I trust he will come back quickly.

"[Success] has a little problem with his hamstring, but it is better to stop one day than to regret a worse injury.

“I prefer to stop. I am sure in two or three days he will be ready.”

Additionally, Gracia spoke about Roberto Pereyra, who is currently not training with the team due to his involvement in the Copa America tournament.

The Argentine was given extra recuperation time following the tournament, but the Hornets' boss wants him to rejoin his team as soon as possible.

“I would like him back as soon as possible,” said Gracia.

“Every time we talked about when he should come back, I said ‘one day before that’ as I want to have all my players as soon as possible. Roberto is very important for us.”