Craig Cathcart has called on Watford to give something back to their fans following defeat to Wolverhampton Wanderers.

In an interview for the club website, the defender said the players were disappointed with the performance that saw them continue their winless start to the season and they have to produce more than they have in games.

“It was really disappointing. We didn’t seem to get going and they took their chances, to be fair to them,” said Cathcart.

“We’re disappointed to come away with a loss but we have to pick ourselves up. It’s time to stop talking and show more on the pitch. We have to look forward to next week now.”

After two weeks away from Vicarage Road, Cathcart said he was looking forward to a home match against Sheffield United this Saturday.

However, he knows it is not going to be an easy game, despite the Blades being in their first season back in the top flight.

Having seen Daryl Janmaat inadvertently head the ball past his own goalkeeper at Molineux, Cathcart believes luck is playing its part in the Hornets' current predicament, but insists the team will be prepared.

“That seems to be the way things are going at the minute,” Cathcart said of Janmaat’s own goal.

“We started the second half well, we were pressing them and it was an unfortunate goal to concede.

“It’s a tough league, every game’s difficult so we need to pick ourselves up and move on as quick as possible and try to prepare as well as we can for the next game.

“We want to focus on the next game now and we want to get a home win next week in front of our fans to give them something back. I’m sure the next win we get will give us a big boost.”