Ben Foster knows Watford cannot expect to win games if they are not scoring goals.

The Hornets are yet to find the net from two games in the new Premier League season and have conceded four times.

However, the former England international believes Watford are good enough to start scoring again.

"Again, we haven't scored a goal, we can't expect to win games if we haven't scored a goal," said Foster.

"It was a better performance, we're still maybe not getting the rub of the green at the minute but it was better than last week.

"Fair play to Jordan (Pickford) because he made an outstanding save in the second half.

"We've got quality players, we know what we can do and I'm sure very soon it'll start clicking and we'll end up getting the ball in the back of the net."

Looking at the positives from the defeat, Foster thinks the performances was noticeably better than from last weekend's 3-0 home defeat to Brighton.

He also said that the team's confidence remains high, despite the two negative results.

"This is football for you, this is the way it goes," he said.

"You've got to back yourself, keep going, the fact we've seen a huge improvement today from last week is a really positive sign. 

"We're a good team, we know we're a good team, you don't come to Everton and expect to have it easy and win very easy and comfortably, you can't do that, they're a quality team. 

"The fact that we put them under the cosh for most of the second half and a bit of the first as well shows that we're a good team.

"Confidence in our team is okay, it's not as high as it has been, start of last season putting four wins on the bounce, confidence is going to be sky high.

"At the moment, it's not a problem, as soon as we start getting those goals and getting those wins it can go higher."