Bournemouth midfielder Andrew Surman believes the side deserved to come away from Vicarage Road with more than just a point.

Cherries ace bemoans Watford draw

Cherries ace bemoans Watford draw

Both sides contributed to an excellent match that ended up level but the Cherries went closest to finding a winner after Jack Wilshere hit the post, twice, and Junior Stanislas had a free kick come back off the bar.

The result leaves the Cherries on eight points going into the international break but Surman believes it could have been better.

He told the Daily Echo: "We do feel it’s two points dropped. But it is a point gained and we have to take the positives from it into our next game.

"It was an attacking performance, especially in the second half. On the counter-attack we did really well. I thought we were positive and if the ball had gone the other side of the post a couple times we would have been out of sight.

"I think we took the game to them. You are going to come under pressure at times, especially away from home, but I thought we dealt with that well."