Tom Cleverley will be assessed today after picking up a knee injury in Watford's 2-0 win over Wycombe Wanderers.

The midfielder was substituted late on after he required treatment following a tackle in the game's closing stages.

After the match head coach Xisco Munoz said he was not sure exactly what the issue was but would learn more about the situation today.

"Tomorrow we will see what happened and what the doctors say," he said.

"I don't know exactly what is the problem, but it's his knee. We will find out after 24 hours."

A potential injury to his stand-in captain could cause Munoz a selection headache in midfield, with Dan Gosling missing the Wycombe match with a hamstring strain and Nathaniel Chalobah ruled out through suspension.

The head coach said he would have to wait for further news before making any definitive selection choices for this weekend's match with Nottingham Forest.

However, free agent Carlos Sanchez has been brought in to bolster the club's midfield options.

"I don't know exactly what is the time about Dan, " he said. "We'll see tomorrow. Sometimes I say the guys are like a Superman because they are recovering fast.

"We will see tomorrow exactly, when the doctor tells me what happened, what we can prepare for the next game, because I don't know exactly which players are ready."

In the wake of the injury, Cleverley said he was feeling alright, but that he would have to wait for the scan results to confirm whether or not he can play again this weekend.

In a post on his Instagram page he said: "The knee feels not too bad sitting here so hopefully the scans reflect that."