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Isaac Success speaks to about his name, teammates and where he thinks the Hornets could finish in the Premier League

A Sit Down With Success - Isaac Speaks


He's certainly been earning plaudits over the last few weeks, and it's interesting to remember that 20-year-old Isaac Success has yet to make his full debut for the Hornets. 

The Nigerian livewire has impressed off the bench in the Premier League, with flashes of attacking flair and a deserved goal against Bournemouth, creating some healthy competition among Walter Mazzarri's forward line.

You can watch the full interview above with the youngster as he discusses his unique name, his respect for Odion Ighalo and his dream for Watford's season. 

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