Isaac Success will have to wait a bit longer before he begins to start games for Watford, manager Walter Mazzari has suggested.
The striker joined the Hornets in the summer but suffered a minor early season injury, and has since returned to make substitute appearances for the club, as he is yet to start a game.
Speaking ahead of their 2-2 draw against Bournemouth on Saturday, Mazzari said due to the fact that Success didn’t do the whole pre-season with them, there will be several considerations before he starts games.
“Success is a player that didn’t do the whole preparation with the team during the summer. There are many things that we have to consider,” Mazzari said.
The Italian however added that even if the 20-year old starts, they have to consider if he is fit enough to last an entire game.
“If he starts, we have to consider as well if he’s got the whole 90 minutes in his legs or not.
“We’ve got three substitutes to use and we have to decide who starts with the first team and who will come on as a substitute.
“I agree that Success is a player that has a lot of quality and when he has come on as a substitute he has always had a great impact on the game.”
The former Nigeria youth international has now scored his first Premier League goal, coming off the bench to net the equalizer as the Hornets came from behind to snatch a point.