Ranieri has coached at the highest level for over 30 years, and hopes to use his tactical experience to help the team, in defence and attack.
With several new players coming in this summer, and others leaving the club, Ranieri understands the team needs time to settle, but knows the Premier League is ruthless.
He has called on the Watford supporters to get behind the team, both in positive moments and when they need to dig deep.
Ranieri explained: “I think in England everyone knows me from Chelsea or Leicester, I want a team who tries to score goals.
“We have very good players up front, very fast. I want to close the space a little more and help the defensive line.
“A lot of players came in, a new manager, and we need a little time but I know in the Premier League there isn’t time. For this reason we have to work hard, and fast.
“I hope to give them [the fans] a very good show. They know we play against Liverpool and we need their support from the first to the last second of the match. Against every team there are specific moments where we are under pressure.”
At 69-years-old and having won trophies in four different countries, Ranieri is still motivated as a coach, and wishes to achieve more success at Vicarage Road.
“I love the fans, and I hope I can give them what they are waiting for,” he said.
“I love football, football is my life and I have a long future! It’s the ambience, the adrenaline. It’s in my blood.
“To the fans I can say, we work hard, the campaign will be very difficult but we are confident.”