Watford will travel to the King Power Stadium on Saturday as they prepare to face Leicester City in the Premier League.
The Hornets have started their top-flight campaign in fine form, having picked up six victories from their 13 games so far and sit ninth in the table – one place above their opponents.
Watford’s fine form has seen manager Javi Gracia be rewarded with a new contract recently, that could keep him at the club for the next seven-and-a-half years.
However, the Spaniard is keen for that not to get in the way of the progress the Vicarage Road outfit have been making and will want to see it continue when they make the trip to the Foxes.
And, according to the club’s official website, it would appear as though he has a big decision to make regarding his Watford starting XI.
Jose Holebas has recovered from the calf injury that had ruled him out of last weekend’s game against Liverpool and is now available for selection.
Gracia used Adam Masina in the game last weekend and impressed with his performance, giving the Watford manager a really tough decision.
The Hertfordshire outfit are also edging closer to having a fully-fit squad available for selection, as Tom Cleverley and Daryl Janmaat both returned to full training, although the pair are unlikely to be risked with the busy schedule about to come into play.
Adalberto Penaranda remains Watford’s only absentee with a foot injury and will definitely miss Saturday’s game.