Watford boss Gracia talks up Isaac Success’ chances ahead of Man United clash

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The Nigeria international have overcome a turbulent settling down in England and looks set for a more prominent role under the Spaniard

With competition for places in Watford very high, coach Javi Gracia has assured that all his players, including Isaac Success, remain ‘important’ to his plan.

Ahead of Saturday’s English Premier League clash against Manchester United, Success and a couple of his teammates including midfielder Nathaniel Chalobah are pushing for a starter's spot. But Gracia is likely to continue with his winning team, surprisingly yet to drop a point since the start of the campaign.

The Hornets have won all four opening games of the 2018-19 English top-flight campaign and, with the help of the Nigeria striker, progressed to the third round of the League Cup.

The 22-year-old has made substitute appearances in all four league games so far and he would be hoping to get his first start against Jose Mourinho’s men.

“All the players are important,” Gracia said in a pre-match conference.

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“All the players feel important – not only the 11 players. The rest of the team played very well in the Carabao Cup.

“We have a good atmosphere and all of them feel an important part of this club. All players are making a big effort.”

 

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