Watford striker Isaac Success has apologised for his team’s 4-0 defeat in the English Premier League on Saturday.
Things feel apart following a red card to Christian Kabasele in the 32nd minute of action at the Vicarage Road Stadium.
The forward had seen his side comprehensively hammered by AFC Bournemouth and was at pains to point out his feelings lay with the Hornets supporters.
“We can only apologise to our fans because things did not go right from the start,” he reflected to Footballlive.ng.
“When they got the goals it was a big blow for us and to go four goals down against opponents like AFC Bournemouth is very difficult.
“However, what we need to do now is continue to work hard and forget about this as soon as possible.
“Circumstances changed the game and when they got in front it allowed them to relax, but we must all take responsibility, not just the boss, because it is the players who make the decisions on the pitch.
“We will have to do much better against Wolverhampton in our next outing and try to put this game to one side,” he added.