By Johnny Edward:
Watford striker, Isaac Success, has told Completesportsnigeria.com that he is eager to make a great impression when he finally makes his debut for the Super Eagles in Thursday's international friendly against Senegal at the at The Hive Stadium London.
Success, 21, was called up by Coach Gernot Rohr for Nigeria's World Cup qualifier against Algeria in Uyo last November but opted out due to injury.
The former Nigeria U-17 and U-20 forward is now fully fit again and he is one of the five players, including Tyronne Ebuehi, Noah Bazee, Chidozie Awaziem and Kayode Olanrewaju expected to make their debut on Thursday for the Super Eagles.
"I'm just excited to be here," Success begins in an exclusive interview withCompletesportsnigeria.com.
"It's my first time, and I'm looking forward to my debut in which I want to make greater mark and do something different for the team. It is also an opportunity for me to get into the team.
"There are so many talented players in the squad. I have played with Kelechi (Iheanacho), before so I know his level of passion and attitude for the game is just like mine, so we will be formidable."
The Hornets star however states that he will be pleased scoring on his debut, adding that the team's interest comes first.
"I'd be happy for the team to win and if the chance for me to score, of course as a striker, I will take it, but the team comes first."
On his impression on the coach, Gernot Rohr, Success says: "He's a calm coach who gives his instructions and expects you to do it."
Success who made a big money move to Watford last season also says he is desperate for more action after played 14 games for the Hornets so far this season.
"Well, it's unfortunate that I haven't been given much playing time at Watford. I'm still a player of the club, and I'm looking forward to giving more to my team till the end of the season."