Coach of English Premier League side Watford has revealed the reason why Nigerian forward Isaac Success is yet to taste action this season after two rounds of games in the English Premier League.
Since his big money move from La-Liga side Granada, the Nigerian has battled with injuries and fitness issues and last season he played in only a handful of games, starting just two games and scoring once.
The coming of coach Marco Silva, who replaced Walter Mazzari who brought in the forward appeared to be working in the favour of the Nigerian as the manager gave him games during their pre season training.
However he is yet to make the squad for their first two games of the season, and according to the coach it is down to the fact that he is yet to fully adapt to the demands of the English Premier League.
“This situation: He’s a young boy and boy who needs to adapt to this football and to our ideas as well. We tried to put that to him as soon as possible because he’s one player we believe in as a project – as a Watford project.
“Until now I don’t have a decision. He stays with us, he works hard and tried to find his space in the team. It’s what I want him to do.”
Silva also confirmed that talks about a Success possible departure this summer are well off the mark because the club has not spoken with any party interested in the services of the 21 year old.
“It surprises me, this. Until now I haven’t spoken with anybody about the situation.”