Nottingham Forest midfielder Robert Tesche says a point was a fair result at Vicarage Road last night.
The midfielder played the full 90 minutes as Stuart Pearce’s men came from behind twice to earn a valuable draw.
And Tesche believes he and his teammates deserved what they got from the match.
He said: “It was an important point for us. We went behind twice and we performed a great comeback. I think we played very well. They had a lot of pressure but we stayed tight. I think the point is fair.
“It’s not easy to play against Watford; they’re a good team. But I think we played well, much better than on Saturday, so we have to keep going.”
Tesche has cemented a place in an area of the field which has been hit hard by injuries so far this season.
And he is thankful to his manager for putting his faith in him so soon after his arrival from Hamburg.
Tesche said: “We have a lot of injuries, which isn’t nice. But we have a big squad and a lot of quality. It isn’t easy for us but we work hard to try and get the points.
“It’s good that Stuart Pearce has given me the chance to play. It’s my first year in England and it’s not easy for me, but it’s okay.”