Watford manager Xisco Munoz believes his team can still do more despite a 4-1 win at Rotherham United on Tuesday night.
The victory took the Hornets tally to eight wins in nine league games.
Goals from Francisco Sierralta, Ismaila Sarr and Ken Sema put the Hornets firmly in the ascendancy before the break.
But Daniel Bachmann had to make a penalty save from Michael Smith after the break and Freddie Ladapo reduced the deficit with a stunning strike before Dan Gosling went on to put the outcome behind doubt.
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Munoz said: “We are building something and, while I was happy with this game and it was an amazing performance, we can still perform better.
“We had situations in the game where we weren’t in control and you have to deal with different styles of play in the Championship.
“We also scored four goals, but could have had more and we’ve got to continue with our hard work through the week in training, because we are very ambitious. Our team now understands what we want and that this is our moment.
“Every day, we are improving in different situations. We are playing with good tempo now away from home and the players are giving 100 per cent.
“I also have big respect for Rotherham because they have been in a difficult situation with Covid and I wish them all the best for the future.”