Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech was not a happy man despite his side's first win of the season in the English Premier League.
The 34-year-old was one of the best players for the Gunners as they battled past Watford by 3-1 at Vicarage Road.
He produced a number of impressive saves but says he would have liked to keep a clean sheet.
"The first half we did well, scored three goals and could have scored more," Cech is quoted as saying by The Daily Star.
"The second half they were 3-0 down and as a good Premier League side pushed for something and it was tougher.
"Everybody has to do their bit to help the team get three points.
"I am not happy because we conceded but a win is a win.
"We needed to respond after the first two games and got the vital three points.
"There are 35 more games to play and we will fight to win every game and be in the mix in the last game.
"We want to win the title, there is no hiding in that and we will do our best."n