By Adeboye Amosu:
Watford boss, Walter Mazzarri, has stated that Nigeria forward, Isaac Success is not fit enough yet to be considered for a starting role at the club, reports Completesportsnigeria.com.
The former Nigeria junior international who joined the Hornets from Spanish outfit Grenada CF in the summer, is yet to start a game for London – based side this season.
He has impressed in substitute appearances against Manchester United and Burnley.
Mazzarri is however not convinced the former FIFA U-17 World Cup winner is ready to start games for the club despite his positive contribution so far.
"Success is a player who didn't do the whole preparation with the team during the summer," the former Napoli coach said during his pre- match conference ahead of Saturday's game against Bournemouth.
"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 as a substitute.
"I agree that Success is a player that has a lot of quality and when he has come as a substitute he always had a great impact on the game."