A great season so far for Watford. Some of the most sumptuous football played by the team in it's history capped by a glorious forty five minute spell against Wolverhampton Wanderers that would make any football connoisseur purr with delight. The team has internationals left, right and centre playing for the likes of Argentina and England and a glowing future with the number of stellar prospects brought in by the regime from far and wide thanks to that scouting network. Add a ball playing reader of a centreback and another technical striker upfront and we have the makings of a top six team. Our midfield is superlative and the revelation this season has to be Etienne Capoue. Gone is the inconsistency replaced by a fierce determination evident even in the defeat against Bournemouth. He runs that midfield at the moment with vital interceptions, breaking up play before setting everyone else in motion. Pereyra has been outstanding when he has the ball always making things happen and doing his duties defensively as well and Delofeu is not even match sharp or fit but already looking dangerous. The only concern with him is that he still dwells on the ball a little bit long. Star turns this season: After that effort against Wolverhampton surely Gracia will be tempted to field an unchanged line up ? Kabasele may need a wake up call by being left on the bench as his recent performances have been a little lackadaisical. Other than that I see no reason to change. Huddersfield Town on the other hand are struggling. They invested heavily in the summer but their biggest signing in more ways than one Terence Kongolo remains injured. Perhaps they went too much for young players. Diakhaby has failed to spark into life the attack, Mounie our former target has been wasteful and Depoitre is a workmanlike player but not much more. They could certainly do with having players from their illustrious past back like winger Billy Smith and more life from fullback a la Ray Wilson. Former Huddersfield Town legends Billy Smith (left) and Ray Wilson (right): Perhaps Wagner has been too defensive but one has to look at the tough start they had to the season being spanked by Chelsea and Manchester City. They have earned creditable draws against Burnley and Everton and showed against a pretty complacent Liverpool that they can pose a real threat. Former Hornet Jonathan Hogg has been in good form and if we think we can just turn up next Saturday and take three points then we are much mistaken. Moving the ball and point of attack, width as against Wolverhampton will be crucial and making sure Mooy is neutralized. If we do that I can see only one result. In the words of Towns most famous fan ''Make it so Javi'. A reminder of what we would like to see on Saturday. Not last seasons Silva inspired debacle.