Watford of England striker, Isaac Success says he was happy to get 90 minutes of action with The Hornets against Tottenham Hotspur in the Carabao Cup, and believes it is a sign that he is back to full fitness.
After notching one of the goals in his side’s 2-2 draw at MK Stadium, after which they lost on penalties to their hosts, Success said he was not scared of playing 90 minutes, despite having previously starred mostly as an impact so far this season.
Footballlive.ng gathered that the former Udinese of Italy and Granada of Spain all-action attacker is now thinking of getting another starting spot with Watford against Arsenal this weekend.
Success and his teammates take a trip to Emirates Stadium, London to face The Gunners in the English Premier League and the striker admits he is eager to play.
In spite of a long battle with injuries that needed surgery last season, Success has been involved in all eight matches played by Watford this term, but is yet to start a Premier League game.
However, Success was pleased with his individual performance in his side’s loss on penalties to Spurs in the third round of the Carabao Cup.
The BJ Foundation of Benin City product opened the scoring less than forty seconds after the restart and was handed the responsibility of taking Watford’s first spot kick in the resultant shootout.
Success said he was happy to do well playing as a lone striker and says he was not tired, despite playing full duration for only the second time this season.
He declared: ”This is my second ninety minutes of the season, I wasn’t sacred of getting tired, I just felt like giving everything for the team.
“When I get tired I can be changed but I never stopped. I kept pushing till the end and I was happy to get the first goal for the team.
”The team built the game towards me, to keep the ball always and to make sure the team comes up and support.
“I think that was exactly what I did and other activities inside the pitch I tried to help my team as possible as I can.
”I am just happy for myself that my fitness level is getting better day by day. Hopefully I get more to give to Watford and the fans.
”Every day, every week in, week out . I want to be part of the team and see the team grow and be part of the success in future.”