Ben Foster thinks Watford were the better team against Arsenal on Sunday and believes the first win of the season is just around the corner.

The Hornets' season has got off to a slow start, with just two points picked up from a possible 15.

However, after a positive match against the Gunners and with new head coach Quique Sanchez Flores, Foster told the club website it is only a matter of time before things get better.

“I was a bit disappointed to be perfectly honest" said the goalkeeper after the Arsenal game.

"We were 2-0 down at half-time despite probably being the better team. To draw the game 2-2, it’s great to get a point but three points were there for the taking.

“You can’t take it away from the lads, they were fantastic today, in the second-half especially. We created so many chances, the win’s going to come soon.”

Despite having 31 shots on goal, the Hornets were unable to find an all-important third goal to turn the draw into a win, which is something Foster worries about becoming a recurring theme..

The former England international wants to see his team-mates converting their chances more often, but thinks they now have some good momentum to take into their next game.

“That sounds similar to what our season has been like already this season,” he said.

“I know we’re bottom of the league but in every game bar the first game we’ve had chances, we’ve had great possession, we just haven’t been clinical enough.

“It was a similar story tonight, we’ve created so many chances, the lads have been in such great positions and it’s just that final, last little bit, getting the ball over the line which has been the problem. It’s a start, it’s a great way to pick up a point and we can take that into the Manchester City game.”