Javi Gracia said he still wants a big win after Watford got their first point of the season away at Newcastle United.

The Hornets' head coach said his side had earned an important point, but that they still need to improve.

"It's an important point for us because so far in three games we weren't able to get any points," he said.

"We started scoring, but after they scored they played better. At the end we changed and improved and had clear chances.

"It was a close game, an equal game and it could be a different result for us or them. It's a good point and we need to improve and look for first big victory in next game."

Gracia said he showed with his changes that he wants his side to be attacking.

Now with an international break, the head coach feels he has time to prepare for their next game - a home clash against Arsenal.

"You could see with out changes we tried to change," he said.

"Looking for offensive players with Isaac [Success], [Nathaniel] Chalobah in the middle and with Gerard Deulofeu. We tried to look for victory but we weren't able to do it.

"Last season we started really well, this season the first four games we have only got one point.

"Now we have a break and it's a good time to work and prepare better for the next game."