Out of favour Nigeria international striker Isaac Success showed his undeniable quality with the first goal for Watford in their 2-0 win over Reading in the Carabao Cup.
The forward who has failed to live up to expectations since his big money move to Watford from Granada two seasons ago, put the Hornets ahead at the Madjeski Stadium with the opening goal of the game in the 36th minute.
Success took on his markers brilliantly and showed calmness in slotting home after displacing the goalkeeper of Reading with his quick feet. A skill that made him a hit with the Nigeria U17 and 20 teams during his formative years and also during his stint in Spain with Granada.
Despite an impressive pre season, he has found games hard to come by since the start of the season in England with Watford winning their first three games despite his limited game time.
He however helped his case for a regular run in the team in the Premier League with his showing today against Reading judging by how he led the line as the top striker for his team in the game.