HEAD coach Carl Hogg admits his players are still “finding their feet” after the opening four games of the Aviva Premiership season.

Worcester Warriors slumped to their fourth successive defeat last Friday when they went down 24-19 at Gloucester.

Errors continue to creep into their game with Warriors who sit at the foot of the table often coughing up the ball in the final third.

But Hogg insisted it was too early for it to be a concern and was confident they would clean up their act as the campaign progressed.

“We have got to look at our game and how accurate we can be,” Hogg said.

“Our error count is too high, but it is within our control. That’s the real positive thing as they are things that we can fix.

“It is early in the season still, so people are finding their feet and getting into the rhythm.

“But it is obviously something that we are addressing and looking to put right.”

After Donncha O’Callaghan saw yellow in the first five minutes, Gloucester powered into a 17-0 lead.

A third try at the start of the second half saw the Cherry and Whites open up a 24-6 advantage.

But Warriors battled back with two tries from Perry Humphreys to claim their first point of the season.

Although Worcester have to yet to register a victory, Hogg hopes their fightback at Kingsholm will be a turning point.

“We can take huge positives (from the Gloucester game),” he said.

“We weren’t flying and we weren’t on our ‘A game’, but we showed a huge amount of character to get a foothold in the game and try to arrest moment.

“I thought the endeavour and work rate from the group was outstanding.”

Warriors will now prepare for the visit of European Champions Cup holders Saracens to Sixways on Friday (7.45pm).

“If you look at our fixture list at home it’s been a tough start when you’ve got Wasps, Exeter and then Saracens,” Hogg said.

“But off the back of that performance (at Gloucester) the players can be very proud of their efforts and the shift they put in, so we will look forward to Saracens coming on Friday.”