Success Hungry For More Action At Watford

Watford of England striker, Isaac Success has declared that he aims to add more game time to his name in the coming month, as he seeks an addition to the overall run of 49 minutes he has so far seen this season.

After getting off The Hornets’ bench again for last weekend’s clash against Fulham,  Success has become the most frequent impact player at Watford, but the all-action striker is not content with that status.

Rather than limit himself and remain satisfied being Watford gaffer, Marco Silva’s most consistent substitute in six matches of the season, the ex-Udinese of Italy and Granada of Spain hitman says it is time for him to also get a starting role at Vicarage Road.

Consequently, Success, who had his early days with The Hornets truncated by injury that required surgery in Spain, says his turning point starts this weekend, when his side play away to Arsenal on Saturday.

Success has enjoyed a ‎regular run of games this season, but mostly as a substitute and starred in the final ten minutes of Watford’s 1-1 draw against Fulham.

Dramatically, Success has played a similar role in all six games fourth placed Watford have prosecuted this season, but his combined game time is just a total of 49 minutes overall.

The 22-year-old BJ Foundation of Benin City product is now looking forward to greater activity and a wider impact for The Hornets, which he believes would start against The Gunners, as he stated on social media: “Next is Arsenal match, want to start and score.”


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