“We will not give up, there are still a lot of games to play, so now we need to learn and see what we didn’t do well.
“In football if you don’t concede you have more of a chance to win games. Unfortunately for us we haven’t done that yet, but we’re going to work every day to improve on that and hopefully we will get better results.”
The squad are learning from Claudio Ranieri every day, and adjusting to life under a new Head Coach. Sissoko can see an improvement in the team and wants that to translate to results on the pitch.
The next five fixtures see Watford take on four of last season’s Premier League top five. Sissoko calls on his teammates to be united and ready to fight against tricky opposition.
He said: “When you have a new manager it’s not easy to come and do what you want to do with your players, so it takes time to build a team and set up tactics.
“We are working on that and each week we are improving so we’re going to work and I’m sure we are going to do well and win some matches.