Silva, whose position as Everton manager is under mounting scrutiny after Watford consigned his side to their third consecutive Premier League defeat, was given a hostile reception on Saturday.
Troy Deeney, having fanned the flames of Silva's return with some incendiary comments about his former manager during the week, helped construct the game's earliest chance, cushioning a Daryl Janmaat cross into Etienne Capoue's path for a close-range shot that flew off Jordan Pickford and over the bar.
"It's not good for us as a club, and for me as a manager it's not good", Silva told reporters. "It was something more than that".
"Eighty to 90 per cent of the people don't really know the truth - what I am telling you is that I was really welcomed by the people who know me and my work at this club - all of them".
"Yes that is true, and it is not good to see", added Silva.
The Englishman also gained possession on more occasions than any other Watford player in an industrious performance.
"We are disappointed. We're not happy with the result".
"Some were in the six-yard box and we didn't score".
Watford striker Andre Gray claims there are no limits to what the team wants to achieve this season. Now they are looking up to seventh place and Wolves, who play on Monday night.
"And if we can't win it, we just have to try to keep a clean sheet and get a 0-0".
Four people have been arrested after two men were left needing hospital treatment following a fight near Watford Football Club's stadium.
According to the Hertfordshire Constabulary, the injured men suffered facial cuts and bruises in the incident.