Xisco Munoz has described Watford's remaining matches as "finals" as they continue to push for promotion back to the Premier League.

A run of four victories from as many games has confidence surging among his players, but the head coach knows there is still plenty of work to be done if they are to achieve their goal.

Speaking after the 3-2 win at Blackburn on Wednesday night, the Spaniard said this weekend's game was an important one and that his players needed to step up yet again.

“It’s one important game,” said Munoz. “However, we know we have finals. We know it’s difficult, and it’s hard because there is a lot of games, but we need to really work hard and every day give our best level in all the games and try every day to take the points because we need the points.

“We are thinking about our job, we need to continue.”

Among his side, Munoz he feels he has all the necessary tools to keep their successful run going, not only in terms of personnel, but also in terms of attitude.

However, he is not letting his players admire their work just yet and is still keen to see further improvement.

"Right now I think we have strong team," he added. "We have an ambitious team, we have this team spirit, and I think all the time our fans enjoy it when they see the games.

"Today we played away and we beat them, we scored three times, and we had important chances, three or four times, in the transition to score. And this is our style, we try to keep going every day, to play more better and every day, get better performances. We are growing up."