​Four losses on the trot have seen Watford slide down the table in recent weeks, but head coach Slavisa Jokanovic is remaining hopeful that the Hornets can get through this current blip.

Speaking ahead of this weekend's clash away at Fulham, which takes place on Friday evening, Jokanovic said "We must be strong. It is very complicated and a bad situation, only players and coaching staff can change this situation. Everything is in our hands."

"Supporters try to help us, as always, but we're not at the level people expect of us."

"I understand fans aren't happy, it is in our hands we must do everything to change this moment."

The former Yugoslavian international is the fourth man to be in charge of the reigns at Vicarage Road, following the short stints of Beppe Sannino, Oscar Garcia and Billy McKinlay.