Nigeria forward Isaac Success' manager at Watford, Walter Mazzarri, will leave the club at the end of the season.
This was confirmed by Watford on their official website on Wednesday.
A statement by Watford Chairman Scott Duxbury reads:“After the Board discussed with Walter Mazzarri, the club’s future goals and aspirations, it was decided he will be stepping down from his position as the club’s Head Coach after the final game of the 2016/17 season.
“We thank Walter and his staff for the contribution they have made to Watford Football Club over the past year."
Success has made 19 league appearances for Mazzarri so far this campaign, scoring just one goal.
Out of the 19 appearances, Success started in two games and was introduced as a substitute in 17 games.
Mazzarri replaced Sanchez Flores Quique before the start of the 2016/2017 Premier League season.
The former Inter Milan boss helped Watford reach the magical 40 points mark, thereby guaranteeing their topflight status for another season.
His final game for Watford is on the last day of the season against Manchester City at Vicarage Road on Sunday.