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Isaac Success takes personal positives despite 2-0 defeat to Burnley on Monday in the Premier League

“I’m Improving All The Time”

In a disappointing display in Lancashire against Burnley, one notable performance was the impact off the bench from Nigerian attacker Isaac Success.

Success got another half-hour under his belt, as he continues to stake his claim for a starting position following Monday evening’s 2-0 defeat at Turf Moor.

“They were more ready than us, both physically and mentally – and they deserved the three points.

“I felt great, I came in to change and improve the tactics of the team, I’m improving all the time,” the 20-year-old continued.

“I did what I can do, and now I’m hoping to get more time to show what I can do and to improve the team.

“He [Walter Mazzarri] knows what I can do, and anytime he wants me to play, I come up and give my best.”

The Golden Boys welcome AFC Bournemouth to Vicarage Road on Saturday, with Success targeting a victory for the fans, who he admitted deserved more from last night’s encounter.

“We have to do what the fans expected us to do today." he explained.

“We have to get the three points against Bournemouth, so we need to go back to the drawing board now and prepare for them.”
 

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