Sean Murray reckons Watford have got enough sting in their squad to put last year’s play-off heartbreak behind them.
The Hornets were beaten finalists at Wembley, despite being amongst the favourites to go up.
But they moved up to fifth in the table and are the Championship’s top scorers after mauling Barnsley 5-1 last Saturday.
And that’s left Murray, 19, sure that Gianfranco Zola’s side have got what it takes to go one better this season.
“We’ve got good depth in the squad this year,” he said.
“There are great players who can come off the bench and put in a good performance.
“Obviously there’s a lot of games in the Championship, so the manager can always rotate it around and expect to get the best from every player that comes on the pitch.
“So I think we’ve given ourselves a chance to do very well.”