Watford slumped to another Premier League defeat away at Wolverhampton on Saturday afternoon and remain rooted to the foot of the table. 

The Hornets have now gone 11 league games without a victory and here's how we rated their individual performances in the loss in the Black Country. 

Ben Foster - 6

The goalkeeper was given a tough time off the field by the Wolves fans and his form on the pitch wasn't much better. 

A lack of communication resulted in Daryl Janmaat heading past him, showing he is struggling to keep his defenders organised. 

Daryl Janmaat - 5

Not the best return to Premier League action for the full-back who scored an own goal and had trouble dealing with the likes of Pedro Neto. 

He also failed to create much going forward. 

Craig Dawson - 4

Another unstable display from Dawson, who looked shaky and couldn't deal with Raul Jimenez. 

Craig Cathcart - 5

Provided some much-needed strength at the back, but not enough to make the team look anywhere near as solid as it needs to be. 

Had to do extra work because of Jose Holebas leaving him in the lurch.

Jose Holebas - 3

Holebas' downturn in form continued with a dreadful performance on the left, as he once again neglected his defensive duties in favour of charging hopelessly up the field. 

Was partly to blame for both goals with his poor positioning and his disinterested tracking back. 

Etienne Capoue - 5

Gave the ball away cheaply and repeatedly. Easily nullified by the Wolves midfielders. 

Abdoulaye Doucoure - 5

A similar story to Capoue in that he was easily closed down and offered little creatively. 

Tom Cleverley - 5

Despite scoring against Arsenal two weeks ago, Cleverley looks to be bereft of confidence, which has affected his ability to read a game and make decisions under pressure. 

Ismaila Sarr - 5

The record signing showed little to justify his price tag. Wolves dealt with him easily and made him look both lightweight and clumsy. 

Gerard Deulofeu - 5

The scourge of Wolverhampton was unable to find the skills that almost single handedly saw Watford get the better of Wolves in the FA Cup semi-final last season. 

Was sacrificed at half-time as Quique Sanchez Flores looked to repair his failing system. 

Danny Welbeck - 6.5

The former Arsenal man was the best of a bad lot, despite being starved of service. 

He tracked back more than he should be expected to as a striker, while up front he looked a fair amount sharper than his team-mates, which is worrying considering he's only just started playing after almost a year out. 


Roberto Pereyra - 5.5

Offered a touch more than Deulofeu after joining the game, but not enough to change the game in Watford's favour. 

Andre Gray - NA 

Arrived too late to make an impact on the game.