Daniel Tozser has praised Slavisa Jokanovic's clear and calm communication.

Jokanovic has appeared relaxed on the touchline during his first two matches as Watford's head coach.

And Tozser said: "He talks calmly and sends messages clearly for the players regarding what he wants to see on the pitch.

"You can see the little differences on the pitch on what he wants to see on the pitch. He is calm and sends clear messages, which is most important."

He added: "The (4-3-2-1) formation we want to play is a bit different but also he is calm with the team and on the field. He is not screaming and doing crazy things.

"I think that is the most important thing because we have a strong squad and he just has to show us the way to go. We have the players to have a good team and we will be ok."

Tozser was away from Watford's London Colney training base during Jokanovic's first week in charge because he was on international duty with Hungary.

But the 29-year-old was regularly seen in discussions with the Serbian during his first game in charge to help pass on messages to the team.

With a 3-0 win at Sheffield Wednesday and a 2-2 draw against Nottingham Forest in Jokanovic's first two games, Tozser said: "He hasn't really had anything to shout about yet. We played a good game on Saturday and we were the better side tonight [against Nottingham Forest].

"But I do think he is the kind of character who wants to give clear messages in a clam way and not the other way. I think he will keep going this way but we don't know yet."

Tozser was speaking after the draw with Forest and he didn't pull any punches.

The midfielder admitted he was "not happy at all" with the point and believes Stuart Pearce's men played for the draw.

He described the performance of referee Dean Whitestone as unbelievable and was adamant Michael Mancienne should have been sent off in the first half and that the ball went out of play for Forest's second goal. Tozser claimed the referee's "hand was in the game".

Jokanovic is the fourth head coach of the season for Watford but Tozser downplayed the impact the upheaval had on the team.

He also revealed some of the players had individual meetings with owner Gino Pozzo to discuss events.

Tozser said: "We tried to concentrate on the games and our jobs. The owner and board decide who the manager is and we have had some individual meetings with the owner.

"Now is the time for some calm and we have to concentrate on our jobs and the football. This is the most important thing. It is not usual to have this number of managers in a short time but it is the past. It happened and we understand what happened."