Isaac Success Still Has a Future At Watford – Owners Insist On Fringe Super Eagles Star

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The career of Nigerian forward Isaac Success at English Premier League side Watford is far from over despite his failure to deliver on the promise that made Watford shell out €15m to sign him two years ago.

Success has struggled for form and fitness since his move to the Vicarage Road outfit with his life off the pitch not any better from the bad patch he has endured on the pitch.

He is presently out on loan to recently relegated Spanish LaLiga side Malaga but despite playing only 7 games since his move to the club in January and with no goal to his name he still has the trust of the owners of Watford.

He made 19 appearances in his debut season in English football and found the back of the net once but owners of the Premier League club are still convinced that he will come good very soon.

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The Pozzo family are confident that the 22 year old will recapture the form he showed in 2013 as an U17 player of Nigeria, which made them use one of their teams back then in Udinese to snap him up.

They also had him play on loan at LaLiga side Granada, a club the family use to own until 2016, and at Granada he scored six goals in his first full season in the top flight.

Although they could run out of patience if he fails to deliver soon, but in the immediate he will be offered the chance to take part in the pre season activities of the club ahead of the start of next season English Premier ‎League.

Daniel Martins