Watford’s Isaac Success is eager to have a prolonged impact on the Watford starting XI after scoring in Saturday’s 3-0 defeat of Huddersfield Town.
Success has started Watford’s last two games – churning out impressive displays in both games and will be hopeful of maintaining his place in the first XI against Newcastle United on Saturday.
The 22 years old Nigerian international was also delighted to be back on the scoresheet in the English Premier League after 28 months and making an impact for the Hornets.
“I am so happy because I struggled last season and I have come back to the team and been given a few opportunities by the coach,” Success told the club website.
“I am trying to get in the team, give my best and make sure the team gets positive results when I am on the pitch. I will just keep working hard and concentrating on the next game.”
“It was a bit difficult for me at the start of the season and I had to be on the bench. Now I have my chance it is time for me to give everything for the team. For the rest of the season, I will just keep pushing.”
“It is exciting to see what we do in training sessions happen in the game. I am happy about it.”
“I think the players are focused to remember tactics from the training ground and apply them in the game. We will just keep working and hopefully, we can get more wins in the season.”Copyright © 2022 Completesports.com All rights reserved. The information contained in Completesports.com may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of Completesports.com.
Pls just focus on your football and ignore the luxuries of a city like london. Take a leaf from the likes of King Kanu and Obi mikel who had stellar careers in their london based club. you showed a lot of promise in your youth team days…we are patiently waiting for you to fulfil that promise in the national team. An attack comprising of yourself, iheanacho to your right, Samuel kalu to your left and alex iwobi behind you is a mouth watering prospect. Going by the youthfulness of the 4 of you, i wish we can have this set up for 5-7 years…as we had Amokachi, Ikpeba, Babangida/Amunike and okocha in the mid 90s to 2002.
Pls just quit the night life and focus on football….just for 10yrs. After football a life time of luxury is there to live…ask some of our retired ex-players and they will tell you. But now is the time to focus on football, football and more football. Good luck and keep shaking the net boy…!
Well said I will replace Kalu to Chukwueze or Moses Simon
I love players with goal or good crossing after running the wings.
Moses Simon and Samuel Chukwueze combined haven’t played as many games as Samuel Kalu so far this season. In terms of current form and match fitness Kalu should be one of the first names on the SuperEagles starting line up.
Chukwueze is coming for the experience. Will get his chance against Uganda. No doubt a top prospect, but will still be more adept and valuable to U20 and U23 in the near future. However, if he continues to progress he could be one of our stars in Qatar. The 2013 and 2015 GoldenEaglets is Nigeria’s hope for another Golden Generation.
I’d be willing to bet that Chukwueze is there as understudy to Iwobi in the number 10 position.
My first attacking quartet would be
Musa Iwobi Onyekuru
Simon Chukwueze Kalu
Speed, guile, and youth if all are fit
And we still have Osimhen, Okonkwo and Iheanacho to play with coming up to the AFCON next year
@Aphylly Chukwueze scored both goals last weekend in their under 23 match on the 28th of August.
He’s played 7 full games for Villarreal b team, as well as 3 sub appearances in the Europa League since the 15th of sept
Sorry 9 games in total all season with the b team only missing one game when he was with the senior team in Europa League
That’s exactly what I’m saying. If he has played 9 games in total while Simon has played 3 games in total. That’s 12 games for both. Kalu has played 14 games in all competitions so far this season. At the moment Kalu is ahead of Moses Simon in the pecking order. Yes Chukwueze can understudy Iwobi as well as Iheanacho. In the long run I will take the attacking quartet of Success, Kalu, Iheanacho and Iwobi during the AFCON. Being the captain for now Musa sure can start ahead of either Iheanacho or Kalu. Success take over from Ighalo eventually.
U23 games are like night and day compared to the actual first team games. If Kalu plays for the U23s of any team I’m sure he will scoring Everytime.
It was even Kalu that confined Simon to the bench while they were at KAA Gent. Kalu just needs a coach that will temper his youthful exhuberance so he can focus more on teamplay rather than individual show-boating
Kalu’s French club Bordeaux has not been doing well and Kalu as well has not been performing forget about the appearance Bordeaux form should give you enough reason why he is playing day in and out even of a recent he has gone down the pecking order to kamano who came in place of him some match ago and scored a decisive goal. And the next game Kalu was sent to bench that same Kamano scored a goal and assisted another. What do you think after this as a coach? Kalu is not a bad player but he is too eager and this makes him to falter after making runs. I will advise him to use more technique instead of running scatter. I still see a future in him if he get things right ASAP!
And I hear Musa Mohammed the true heir to the No2 has been drafted into the squad my only concern about the list is listing of only 3 midfielders that comprise of Agu and also the Ifeanyi Ubah defender Adeleye who has been inactive for 4months in the list. Why invite him now and not against Liberia? Why this dramas against an experienced South African side? I wish the SE well above all. Welcome back to the team Musa Mohammed