Watford manager Brendan Rodgers insists he is pleased with the progress his side have made since he took over at the Vicarage Road outfit.
Rodgers has steered the Hornets to mid-table safety this season after taking the reins at Vicarage Road when they were in the relegation zone and the former Chelsea reserve team boss has already got his sights on next season.
"I wanted this to be the dress rehearsal for next season, but the last few games haven't gone so well," Rodgers told the club's official website.
"The players are giving me everything, so I can have no complaints.
"We have got two games to go, the progress has been good and we will fight again."