By Johnny Edward:
Watford striker, Isaac Success, is fully fit and could be available to face West Brom at the Hawthorns on Saturday, a certain Douglas Idahosa his former coach at BJ Foundation who speaks to the Super Eagles fringe player regularly, has told Completesportsnigeria.com.
Success, 20, has been out since picking up an hamstring injury in Watford's win at Middlesbrough in mid October.
But following two trips to visit Dr. Roman Cugat in Barcelona, combined with work on the training ground with club physio, Oli Leaper, and therapist, Giorgio Gasparini, has seen the club-record signing return to training with his Hornets teammates at the Vicarage Road.
"He is fine now but it's up to his coach (Walter Mazzarri) to pick him for the game," Idahosa told Completesportsnigeria.com.
He added: "His goals will surely come."
Meanwhile, Success has said he would happily play anywhere across the frontline, to feature in the Watford side and still has plenty of room to improve under Walter Mazzarri.
Success told The Guardian: "If I can improve my understanding of team tactics that will definitely make me improve individually.
"So I’m just concentrating on improving with the team and that will develop me. I can play anywhere up front.
"As a coach [Mazzarri] has different tactics in different games, so if his tactics for some games don’t favour me I have to watch and try to learn from the players who they do favour.”
Success has scored one goal in six appearances.