Neil Harris will have three confident attackers to choose from when his Cardiff City squad head to Vicarage Road to face Watford this weekend.

Goals were difficult to come by at the beginning of the season, but, seemingly out of nowhere, something has clicked at the top end of the pitch and the Bluebirds have hammered seven goals past their last two opponents.

With Cardiff haven't been relatively defensively sound for the most part this season, it was really a matter of when the attack began to fire and that has certainly been the case over the last week.

Kieffer Moore now has seven goals for the season and looks an absolute snip at £2m, while 21-year-old academy product Mark Harris has added a real spark up front, stretching the defence and even chipping in with a goal himself against Luton Town.

And Robert Glatzel even got in on the act against Huddersfield, driving home an excellent finish to make it 3-0, netting his first goal of the season.

Glatzel recently admitted his time with the Bluebirds had not gone exactly according to plan, but is determined to fight for his spot and that goal, Harris says, has done him wonders.

So, given City are heading into an unenviable trio of fixtures — Watford away, Stoke City away and then Swansea City home — Harris will hope his in-form trio and their supporting cast continue their rich vein of form.

"The three strikers, Kieffer is on fire at the moment, all parts of his game. Sparky [Harris] has come in and made a real impact in the group," Harris said ahead of Watford.

"Robert has had the weight of the world on his shoulders for that first goal of the season. He’ll be like a new man now, having been in that position myself.

"That’s really pleasing for me.

"It’s not just them three, it’s the attacking players. If you look at Sheyi Ojo’s contribution, Harry Wilson’s quality and contribution and then Junior Hoilett who came off the bench to play a big part the other night, really good to see.

"A lot of the attacking players are being productive."

The pace and energy in attack has really revolutionised the team's forward play in recent weeks. Harris has afforded more space in behind and a get out ball for the wing backs, with his clever runs down the channel, while Moore has been scoring goals for fun.

Bluebirds fans hope that, after setting the team up in an attacking formation in the last two matches, the manager doesn't revert to his previous system.

But, heading into the match, Harris hinted that there will be no change in attitude or a reduction of attacking threat as they take on the impressive Watford this weekend.

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"Watford are as good a team as any in the Championship," Harris said. "I do believe that if you come above them this season then you are going to be in the top three, if not the top two.

"We know they have got good players and changes of system and shape, but when you are playing against good sides, you worry about yourself, getting us right and getting us in the best possible condition to stop them and affect the game the other way, being proactive and aggressive and front-foot as we have been."

Heading into another big game this weekend, it certainly doesn't look as though Cardiff are prepared to take a backwards step and that will be music to fans' ears, no doubt.