Watford head coach Vladimir Ivic said that his side had to be satisfied with their point away at Wycombe Wanderers after putting in a sub-par performance at Adams Park.

The Hornets took the lead in the second-half, but were pegged back for the second game in a row and had to settle for just a point.

After the game, the Serbian said his side were lucky not to lose the game and said they had to improve ahead of their game against Barnsley this Saturday.

"To be honest, we can be satisfied with one point," said Ivic. "I speak about our performance, it was not good. Our opponent plays this type of football, how they play and we knew it, we tried to prepare ourself for this direct football, but to be honest, they created a lot of chances and we had maybe, during the 90 minutes, two chances and with the score, with one point we can be satisfied.

"Our opponents created more chances than us and we cannot be satisfied with the way how we played and it's not for the first time." 

Goalkeeper Ben Foster made a number of impressive saves on the night that kept the score down, which Ivic said was a sign that things need to get better at Vicarage Road.

However, the Hornets eventually conceded from a set piece once again, an area the head coach has repeatedly said his players need to improve.

"If our goalkeeper is man of the match, it means we had a lot of problems," he said. "We had a lot of problems in our defensive shape, second balls it was most of the time for them and again after the set pieces we conceded a goal, it's a lot of problems in our games, not just in the defensive line, when we had the ball we couldn't create something that we'd prepared and this is something that we need to work on and try to be better.

"They had two or three chances at set pieces and it's something that we need to be focused on, especially the set pieces.

"Today and in the previous game we lost four points because of the set pieces."