Isaac Success is in line to make a return for Watford when they face Wolverhampton Wanderers in Sunday’s FA Cup semi-final clash, according to Watford’s head coach Javi Gracia, reports Completesports.com.
Success sustained a knee injury in Watford’s game against Manchester United which they lost 2-1 and missed the Hornets 4-1 win over Fulham.
“Success has been training alone this week, but I think he will be ready for the next game [against Wolves],” Gracia said in his pre-match conference ahead of his side’s clash with Wolves.
The former Granada forward has scored four goals and provided one assist in 29 games across all competitions for Watford so far this season.
Meanwhile, Gracia Roberto Pereyra still stands a chance of featuring for Watford on Sunday, according to Gracia.
The Argentinian was substituted at half-time during the Hornets’ Premier League victory over Fulham and has not been training with the team.
“Roberto, everybody knows is an important player for us,” Gracia said.
“At this moment if you ask me what I think about Roberto, I will tell you that I think he will be ready for the next game.”
Additionally, Tom Cleverley remains sidelined with a calf injury. “Tom is out, but I don’t know how long he will be injured for. In the next days, I’m sure it’s not possible for him to play.”
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