Paul Cudby refusing to take WPL's bottom side lightly.
Coventry City v Watford
The FA Women's Premier League
2pm, Sunday 4 December 2011
Bedworth United FC
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Coventry City manager Paul Cudby believes Watford's first win of the season could "spark a revival" at The FA Women's Premier League's bottom club ahead of their meeting this weekend.
Watford, who remain seven points adrift at the foot of the table, beat Barnet 1-0 last weekend to give John Salomon and his side a maiden victory of the season at the 12th attempt.
They will be looking for successive wins against Coventry, themselves wanting three points to keep the pressure on leaders Leeds, and Cudby expects them to be full of confidence.
"It only takes one results to spark a revival," he told TheFA.com. "Now they have got their first win of the season, they will be keen to add another one so we have got to be on top of our game to make sure that doesn't happen.
"They will come into the game with a lot of confidence and we will not be taking them lightly. They were really low on confidence when we played them earlier in the season but they still managed to get a result."
Since their promotion from the Northern Premier League in the summer, Coventry fans have been treated to an exciting, adventurous brand of football that Cudby admits he and his players have relished.
The new style has seen them to third in the table and still in with a chance of sealing back-to-back league titles.
"Last season we generally tried to shut up shop, take a 1-0 win wherever we could and were very successful with that," explained the manager. "This season we have tried to get the ball down and play a little bit more football.
"It's nothing earth shattering but we've done it really well so credit to the girls. They are enjoying it and are playing with smiles on their faces.
"I'm delighted with the way things are going. I've got to pay full credit to the girls because they have had to step things up this season with the calibre of the opposition."