Isaac Success has received special praise from his Watford boss Walter Mazzarri after scoring his first goal for the club since joining from Udinese in the summer.
The 20-year old came off the bench the score the equalizer for Watford in the 2-2 draw with Bournemouth at the weekend, saving his side from the jaws of defeat and earning them a point.
Reacting to Success’ goal, Mazzarri described Success as an excellent player, who believes can improve.
“He is an excellent player and he has showed it in the past, not only today,” the Italian coach told the Watford official website.
“He can improve a lot in defensive parts, but he deserves it because every time he’s come on he’s showed he can help the team.”
The former Nigeria U17 and U20 striker was signed in the summer, but is yet to start a game for the Hornets, as he works his way to full fitness after suffering an injury at the start of the season.
He is set to return to Nigeria as he has been listed for the World Cup qualifier against Zambia this weekend.