Watford boss, Walter Mazzarri, has called on Nigerian forward Isaac Success and his teammates to improve on their goal scoring form.
Watford pipped Sunderland 1-0 at Vicarage Road on Saturday thanks to Miguel Britos' goal.
Prior to Britos' goal on 59 minutes, Success who was subbed on, had a chance one minute earlier but his goal bound shot was deflected for a Watford corner.
And in the 81st, Success would have wrapped up the game for Watford but saw his low goal bound shot punched away by Sunderland goalkeeper, Jordan Pickford.
Commenting on the win, Mazzarri lamented Success' inability to kill the game when he was presented with a chance late in the game.
"The only thing is we should have scored at least one more goal," Mazzarri told Sky Sports.
"Their goalkeeper was very good. We need to improve, especially improve in the last 25 yards with the final pass.
"Success had a very good chance and we had to take it. This is something we have to improve."
The former Inter Milan boss insists he is not worrying about his team's league position rather he is more concerned about performances on the pitch.
He added: "I don't look at how many points we need. I'm not looking at this.
"I'm looking at the game by game and how to improve. For example, to move better with the ball, to be sure to know where you pass it. This is how we improve."