Last Updated: Fri, 10 May 2013 08:16
Gianfranco Zola is confident that Watford have the firepower to overturn their deficit in the npower Championship play-offs.
The Hornets head back to Vicarage Road for Sunday lunchtime's semi-final second leg 1-0 down to Leicester after Thursday night's game.
Watford created the better chances, most notably the one-on-one opportunities that Ikechi Anya and Matej Vydra spurned.
Leicester, whose best openings came during the first half, edged ahead in the tie when David Nugent nodded home with eight minutes remaining.
Zola felt his side paid the price for their poor finishing but the Italian is confident the Hornets can turn it around on their own patch.
"Now we need to get ready and play the best game of our season as that is what will be necessary to beat Leicester," said Watford boss Zola, whose team netted 85 goals during the regular season to finish as the division's leading scorers.
"But I am sure we can do it. I am confident because we have goals in our side and we will have Troy Deeney back from suspension.
"I will have different options on Sunday, I'll [evaluate] all the players and will find the best solution.
"Matej [Vydra] works hard for the team and I know he is going to score an important goal for us."
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