By James Agberebi:
Watford manager, Walter Mazzari, has stated that Nigeria forward, Isaac Success, still has a lot to learn to become a complete player.
Success made his first start for Watford in their 1-0 away win against Middlesbrough over the weekend.
But despite winning the man-of-the-match award, Mazzari admits Success was less effective in his first start for Watford compared to his contributions from off the bench, but expects the attacker to improve with time.
“He [Success] played well, as did the whole team, but he did much better in the other games when he came on from the bench," Mazzari told harrowtimes.co.uk.
"It’s not easy to start a game. It’s completely different, but if he gets his full condition then he also needs to learn some things and he will be a great player," the former Inter Milan boss said.
Since joining the Hornets' from Granada in the summer in a club record move, Success has scored just one goal which was in a 2-2 home draw against Bournemouth.
The former Golden Eaglets and Flying Eagles forward missed the Super Eagles 2-1 away win against Zambia in the 2018 World Cup qualifier due to injury but should be part of the team that will face Algeria in Uyo next month.