Watford FC of England forward, Isaac Success has pledged his allegiance and commitment to the Super Eagles, saying he is ready for the big challenge to lead the team’s attack in the very important games lined up for the three-time African champions.
Injuries and circumstances have limited the former junior international’s chances with the Super Eagles, with only one appearance against Senegal in March 2017 under his belt. He came on in the second half in that game played at The Hive, home of League 2 clubs Barnet FC and London Bees.
The young lad was severally listed by Nigeria for matches after he broke into the first team of FC Granada in the Spanish top flight, before moving to Watford last summer for 12.5 million British Pounds Sterling. However, injuries largely curtailed his hitting camp or featuring for the senior team before the friendly with the Lions of Teranga in London.
He told thenff.com: “I feel bad that I have not been able to feature many times for the Super Eagles. There have been either injuries or some other issue during the times I was invited. I am however restating my commitment to the national team and I promise to give my best and shine whenever I’m called again.”
Ahead of the new season in the English Premier League, Success said he is poised for the new challenge it would bring and expressed confidence that Watford FC will excel under new their manager, Marco Silva.
“It certainly will be a new era with the new coach. We hope for a better season starting from August 12. I really want to do better in the coming season for Watford and also in the League, and for Nigeria any time I am invited,” he concluded.