It’s time to deliver, says Success

Isaac Success is keen to deliver on his potential when he returns from injury next month.

The Nigerian, 24, who has been out since he ruptured his achilles in an in-house friendly at Vicarage Road in June, joined the club in a £12.5m record signing in the summer of 2016 from Granada.

 The forward, who is now back in light training, is eyeing a return to action in the New Year. He last played in the 3-2 home defeat to Everton and last scored in the FA Cup tie at Newcastle in January 2019.

“It’s been tough,” he said in an interview with Hive Live.

“It was painful, but it’s football and it happens. I’m just trying to work my way back to the squad as I’ve missed playing with the team. We need to get back to the Premier League as quickly as possible, so I’m looking forward to getting back and achieving our goals.

“Sometimes I feel disappointed with myself as I’ve got the qualities and everything a forward player need,” he said.

“I need to do the right things and wait for my chance. I think I’ve got lots to offer the team. It’s been disappointing not getting the chance (over the years) and being injured a couple of times when it was time for me to explode.

“I just need to keep working as there is so much more to come. It’s time for me to deliver for the team and the fans as they have been waiting too long. The wait is now over.”

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