Xisco Munoz has told his Watford players to give one per cent more as they try and claim bragging rights over Luton Town this weekend.

The Hornets travel to Kenilworth Road for the first time since 2006 when they won 2-1 thanks to goals from Darius Henderson and Malky Mackay.

The head coach told the club website he knows how important derby matches are for supporters and that he hopes he can help his side complete a league double over the old enemy this weekend.

"We know the mentality of our fans and we can give one per cent more for them on Saturday," said Munoz. "We know how they feel when we play these games. It's an amazing chance and we have a very good challenge to enjoy. This derby is a special game and I wish our players and fans all the best for this game.

"You need to understand how fans live these situations and the history. They are totally different games. You need to understand it's a special game for everyone, for our fans. We will give our best and we know who and what we have behind us. The fans know we are working very hard for this important three points. We know about this derby, what moment it is in the season and we try to give our perfect performance."

The Hornets will be playing with the same attacking style fans have come to expect from them in recent weeks when they take to the pitch on Saturday, with Munoz wanting his players to seize the initiative.

"Our mentality is that we always start to win the game," he said. "We are not wanting to wait for anything. We are always going for our goal and taking the risk. Sometimes you can lose this way, but now the team is ready to go for the goal and not to speculate. We have very good players and when you have this combination, we are much more ready to take the three points. The team has big confidence and has a big power. The fans are happy with the players and that we start and finish the game with the same power and give everything."