Coach of English Premier League side Watford Marco Silva has listed injured Nigerian forward Isacc Success among the players who will make his team better when they return from injury.
Success has battled with fitness issues since the start of the season and had to undergo surgery in Barcelona last month to cure a long standing unspecified injury.
Off the pitch incident like the one involving his brawl with four prostitutes in an hotel have made his case worst but coach Silva is still hopeful that the big money buy from Granada will prove his worth once fit.
”Competition for places will be even fiercer once, in time, Younès Kaboul, Isaac Success, Nathaniel Chalobah and Craig Cathcart are restored to full fitness,” Silva told the official website of Watford ahead of their game against Newcastle United tomorrow.
“We’ll see what happens in the next weeks. I hope as soon as possible as they are important players for us. I want everybody ready to play and ready to compete so then I can take my decision [on who starts].
“When they come back, it will be very good for us as a team. We can improve. We are stronger with all our players ready to play. I need to have problems in my head, in my mind to decide the starting XI. I’m sure we’ll improve when those players come back.”