All eyes are on Sunday now for Hayden Mullins, who knows the team’s fate rests on a make or break trip to the Emirates after defeat to Manchester City this evening.
The Hornets contained Pep Guardiola's side for 30 minutes but were undone by two quickfire goals in each half which put to bed any chance of stealing an unlikely victory on a counter-attack or from a set piece.
“We’ve got to get ourselves ready for the next game and our next game is Arsenal away on Sunday,” said Mullins.
“As a squad, we know what we need to do but it’s about us focusing on us, getting together as a squad and seeing what the next few days bring.
“We have to think about preparing ourselves right. It’s a tough game against a very good side in Arsenal. They’ve been performing very well at the moment.
“But we can only concentrate on ourselves, we can’t worry about other results going our way really.”