Success apologises to Watford fans

Nigeria's Isaac Success has issued a frank apology to Watford fans after admitting that he has failed to act professionally at the club.

The striker joined Watford for a then club record fee in the summer of 2016 but was dogged first by injury and then off field incidents.

He was warned by then club boss Marco Silva about his future conduct after a particular incident at a hotel.

Success joined Malaga on loan for the second half of last season in a spell that was largely unsuccessful.

Success now wants to prove to the fans and club what he is capable of and has returned three and a half weeks bnefore pre-season to the club in a bid to get fit.

"I made mistakes during the last season and I also think I wasn't around people who would push me a bit.

"Now I know what to do and what not to do as a professional.

"I want to say sorry to the Watford fans and the owners of the club because they have really showed me love. They (the owners) believe in me and what I can bring to the club and I've been failing to do that.

"I'm here now three weeks ahead of pre-season to prove to Watford fans and family that I'm ready to make people happy again.

"Perople don't know me. They only know about my mistakes, but those that do know me know that is not me.It's time for the world to know the real me."

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