Watford boss Quique Sanchez Flores is uncomfortable with life at the bottom of the Premier League and vows to not remain there much longer.

The head coach said he believes the club has everything he needs to reverse their fortunes and begin ascending the division, but knows it will be tough with teams around him finding life just as difficult.

“It’s going to be difficult when you are in this kind of position,” he said.

“I’m not used to being in this kind of position, I don’t remember teams I had bottom of the league table never in my life, but I have the feeling that I know the team, I know the atmosphere here in Watford and all of these kind of things can help a lot at the moment to take good decisions.

“Right now, it’s only three weeks in the bottom of the table so I haven’t had much to learn and I hope I don’t have much time to learn - I can change the situation and we can change the situation, but what we know is that it’s not just difficult for teams at the bottom, it’s difficult for every single team.

“I like these players, I like the squad, I trust in them and I think they are able to change the situation.”

One of those teams who are noticeably struggling with life in the Premier League this season are Watford’s opponents this weekend, Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Wolves are sitting just one place above the Hornets in the league and are the only other side not to have won a match so far this season.

Despite the two sides meeting in some high profile games last season, including a dramatic FA Cup semi-final, Sanchez Flores said he has not paid much attention to those clashes during his preparation and is instead much more interested in how they have been playing during this campaign.

“I don’t like to go back too much,” he said.

“In three months everything changed a lot. Players, coaches, systems. When we talk about Wolves it’s about what happened in the last weeks, not what happened a few months ago in different competitions.

“They had a very tough start of the season. Right now I think they’ve played 12 or 14 games with the Europa League, so it’s too much and it’s a big expectation for Wolves after the last season.

“It’s no surprise. They have a really good team, a really good coach. They will separate this situation. We will find a very tough match in two days, so we will try to be ready because it’s a very important match for us.”

Even though Watford were heavily trounced 8-0 in their last Premier League outing, Sanchez Flores remains impressed with how his team are training and says they have reacted very positively this week.

Furthermore, the head coach thinks Tuesday evening’s Carabao Cup win over Swansea will have helped his players clear their minds and prepare for Saturday.

“I like the way the players train,” he said.

“I like the interest they are putting in for our instructions, the way they react after their last weekend. I like the way they are involved in the last match, even in the cup, so I think all these kind of things, they are adding and they are interesting.

“I think that we used the last match to try to clean our minds, to throw the last weekend and of course try to be positive for the next match.

“I think the spirit of the squad is really good and I think we have enough quality of players to improve and to get better.”