The Spaniard’s side showed no fatigue in their comfortable victory over relegation-threatened Birmingham City at Vicarage Road for a fifth successive Championship victory courtesy of goals from Ken Sema, Nathaniel Chalobah and Andre Gray.
Munoz said: “I am very happy with everyone after five wins in a row, the first time for us in the Championship, but give me one day free, please. The Championship is very hard.
“We have a little more time for work now. I don’t know if it’s good or not, but I know that the players need their rest. I am lucky, believe me, that I have 24 players and it doesn’t matter who plays when you see players give 100 per cent focus in our challenge for promotion.”
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