Christian Kabasele has told his Watford team-mates if they don't believe they can survive this season they can 'leave now' following their draw with Bournemouth.

The Belgian defender admitted the club are worried by their current predicament, but thinks a string of important fixtures against some fellow relegation candidates is a great chance to turn things around. 

"Of course, we are last in the table, we have to be worried," he said.

"With the quality in our squad it's unacceptable to be last in the league. We just need to keep working.

"We have the most important period in front of us with a lot of direct opponents for relegation, so we need to believe in ourself and try to do everything possible to give this last position to another team.

"[It's] only ten games played so I think if somebody doesn't believe, he can leave now. We believe in ourself, we believe in our quality and I'm sure we'll turn this around."

Although the Hornets have equalled their longest winless start to a league campaign, Kabasele feels there are enough positive signs to suggest they can survive the drop.

The 28-year-old believes the club still has their fate in their own hands and urged his team-mates to keep a positive attitude.

"All the three last games that we played I think that we had the chances to win," he said.

"Last week everybody knows that we didn't have the help from the VAR, but we need to keep working as I said the quality there is in the squad and it's only up to us to change this situation.

"We did it against Tottenham, we have to do it every week. You cannot go to Tottenham stadium and play good and after don't have the same attitude in every game and attitude will be really important in the next weeks."