Bouazza feels first win is near
By Mark Buckingham. Last Updated: January 1, 1970 1:00am
Hameur Bouazza is hoping Watford can build on a draw at Wigan Athletic to record a first Premiership win.
Following two defeats on the road, The Hornets salvaged a first away point at The JJB Stadium on Saturday courtesy of Bouazza's second half equaliser.
Watford's next game is at home to Fulham before a trip to Arsenal and French youngster Bouazza feels a maiden win is not far off.
"I was really pleased with the goal," Bouazza told the club's official website.
"It was a little disappointing that we didn't get the three points, though, because I thought we played well enough in the second half to do so.
"Obviously, now our thoughts turn to the next game against Fulham next week.
"We did enough to get the three points. We should have scored more, but I believe that will come for us.
"We all know with the manager that you need to work hard, do well for the team and for yourself.
"I'm a little disappointed that we didn't get the win, hopefully that'll come next time."
Bouazza's goal arrived via a cleverly-worked free kick and he explained it was something the players had been working on.
He added: "We do a lot of work on free kicks on the training ground. We thought we'd try something a little different and it worked so I'm really, really pleased with it.
"I was just saying to myself that I need to hit the target with this. If the keeper saves it, we might have a chance with the rebound."