By Johnny Edward:
Watford head coach Quique Sanchez Flores has confirmed reports that the Hornets are interest in Granada's Nigerian forward Isaac Success.
The 20 year old who has four goals in 20 La Liga starts this season has been tipped as a player for the future by the Watford gaffer despite acknowledging that the ex-Flying Eagles star has all the attributes to excel in the English Premier League.
“Success is a very good player. He has power and the physical conditions to play in England," Flores said during his pre-match conference ahead of Watford's FA Cup fifth round tie against Leeds United on Friday.
"But he is young. We need to think about this player for the future.”
Success began his football career with local outfit BJ Foundation Academy in Benin City, Edo State before moving to Udinese in November 2013, signing a five-year deal.
He joined Granada permanently last summer after impressing the club last season.