Official : Nigeria International Striker Signs New Deal With WatfordPublished: November 29, 2018
Super Eagles star Isaac Success has committed his future to Premier League side Watford after penning a new long-term deal, informs The Hornets on their official website.
The BJ Foundation product is now tied down at Watford until the end of the 2022-2023 season after putting pen to paper on a fresh five-year contract.
''This is a just reward for Isaac's continued hard work and application this season,'' Chairman & CEO Scott Duxbury said.
''We look forward to seeing him develop further over the coming years.''
Success, 22, has four international caps to his name since making his debut against Senegal in an international friendly in London in March 2017.
The former Golden Eaglets and Flying Eagles sensation has made 35 appearances for Watford since joining from Granada in July 2016, scoring four goals.
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