Success vows to keep winning with Watford

Watford striker, Isaac Success has acknowledged that he was a bit off the cuff with his career, but he is now ready to be a professional and keep scoring for the club.

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The Super Eagles striker was lost for form and he struggled to hold down a shirt in the side. But according to him he has had a change of attitude towards his career.

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“I had a different mentality then than now,” he continued. “Then I thought talent can do it all because to me I know the talent is there. “I realised just before the start of this season that talent was not enough, and hard work will always beat talent. So I am more of a professional now.

“It took a lot of time to adapt to the Premier League system, the lifestyle and the professionalism.”

Success has insisted that there should be no concern of him falling off the wagon again.

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“I am a much better player now, much better professional,” he continued. “I know my ability, I know my quality. I just want to keep on working hard and giving what I can give to both my country and the club side.”