Watford are set to honour their greatest ever manager Graham Taylor with a scarf display ahead of next week's game against Norwich City.

Today (January 12) marks the fifth anniversary of Taylor's death and the club will be marking the anniversary ahead of their next appearance at Vicarage Road.

The scarf display has become something of a tradition since the honorary life president died in 2017 and it will be continued again this year, with the Sky Sports cameras present at the Vic to capture the moment.

A statement on the club website requests fans to bring and raise a scarf aloft as the players make their way onto the pitch ahead of next Friday's crucial match against fellow the fellow relegation candidates, Norwich.

It reads: "The club’s greatest ever manager, who passed away five years ago today, left an everlasting legacy at Watford and we will continue to pay tribute to his remarkable impact on both the club and the community.

Over the past few seasons, supporters have raised a scarf in GT’s honour as the players have entered the field before kick-off and Watford are delighted to resume this tradition with fans in attendance, following last year’s successful virtual display.

Supporters are invited to hold their scarves aloft before the Norwich City match commences - in front of the Sky Sports cameras - to pay tribute to GT and the fantastic work that continues in his name."