Sky Sports pundit Don Goodman has said he is worried for the future of Watford head coach Xisco Munoz if he is unable to get better performances from his players soon.

The head coach has asked for a "little more" from his team as he prepares to host Bristol City this weekend, but Goodman has his doubts about the Hornets' chances of promotion after watching their last two matches.

At half time during Saturday's 0-0 draw at Coventry City, Goodman said he felt it would be impossible for them to return to the Premier League this season if they continue to play as they have in those fixtures.

He followed up that statement on the Sky Sports EFL podcast by saying he felt the players were not offering as much as they could.

“The number one requirement is to give everything that you have," said Goodman.

“I’m seeing players on incredible amounts of money for that level of football – players who are worth £20, £30, £40million on paper just not giving their all and that really leaves me feeling frustrated."

Munoz is the fifth full-time head coach at Watford since the start of last season and Goodman said he fears the Spaniard could soon join his previous incumbents.

He described the draw at Coventry as "unforgivable".

“We know what Watford are," he added.

“That was the kind of performance that gets managers the sack so I’m telling you that he’s probably only got two or three more games, Xisco Munoz.

“He seems like a brilliant, lovely guy but if they keep performing like that then he’s not going to last long at a football club like Watford.

“Once you can forgive but twice is unforgivable and I’ll have a keen eye on their next game.”