One thing you can't deny Watford is their self-belief this season.

An injury-time equaliser against Liverpool on the opening day has set the tone for the Hornets, and has been followed up with a last-gasp winner at Swansea last week.

But even that was early compared to Richarlison's 95th-minute header to earn a point at West Brom yesterday.

Watford have needed little time to completely transform their mentality under Marco Silva, losing one of their first seven Premier League games with much of the same squad which slumped to six straight defeats at the end of last season.

That new belief, coupled with a good summer in the transfer window, has got people talking about the club - and sitting level on points with Liverpool after seven games, that's little surprise.

"We believe in ourselves and never give up," said defender Jose Holebas. "That’s how it should be, it should’ve been like that last year and the year before, but every time there was something.

"It comes automatically when you start winning and not losing, and you begin to believe.

"We want to win every game, that’s normal. That’s why we play football, but things have changed a lot.

"We’ve changed the system, the play, the behaviour and the boys are doing really well right now. We’re really confident, even in this game today and when we concede we want to focus and regroup."

Holebas provided the free-kick which Richarlison nodded home to leave Baggies boss Tony Pulis pulling out his hair in frustration, as the four minutes added on at the end of the second half had already elapsed.

"It was just a free-kick, everyone knows I can do that so I was doing it like I do normally and the ball went in well," added a modest Holebas.

"It’s a good feeling in the dressing room - two, really. One is that we should win games like this when we have a good start to the season so far, but in the end for both sides a draw is ok. We didn’t lose, so we’ll take it.

"But I say it every time, we take it game-by-game, every week I’m not counting where we can go or what we can achieve."