Javi Gracia has said he feels pressure every day as Watford head coach and not just during the difficult moments.

The head coach said that nothing has changed for him and he will continue to go about his business in the way he usually does, while trying to get the Hornets out of their current predicament.

After three straight league defeats in a row, Gracia knows that people are expecting big things from him, but he feels he has the experience to change things for the better.

"I don't feel a different person to be honest," he said.

"I always feel the same person, I've been a professional from a long time ago, when I was 18 years old and I feel pressure every day.

"You have to win, you have to work hard, to improve, it's my mentality. When you don't have points, the others look at you with other eyes, but it doesn't change my style of life, my work.

"My objective is to change the dynamic and make the rest of the people stay happy, but I try to be focused on my job.

"Experience is important to manage these moments because you've already lived it. It's better if you have that experience.

"Bad moments are always bad moments for everybody and the effort always has to be maximum to change things and to enjoy more every day."

Despite their current form, Gracia does not seem worried about Watford's prospects this season.

He knows that now is the time for his players to show that they are still capable of achieving big things. 

"The same way last season I didn't think about if we were after four games, in the first or second position like we were. I don't think about if we are in the last position.

"Now we are in a different situation, after three games we didn't win and we have to improve.

"The difference now is minimum with us and the European places, there are only four points. It's only the beginning, it's a moment when we need to show we want to improve and do it."