Watford’s Isaac Success is determined to have a prolonged impact on the Watford starting XI after scoring in Saturday’s 3-0 defeat of Huddersfield Town.

Success has started each of Watford’s last two games – producing impressive displays in both and will be hopeful of maintaining his place in the first XI going forward.

Having struggled while being out on loan last season, Success is delighted to be back on the scoresheet and making an impact for the Hornets.

“I am so happy because I struggled last season and I have come back to the team and been given a few opportunities by the coach,” Success told the club website.

“I am trying to get in the team, give my best and make sure the team get positive results when I am on the pitch. I will just keep working hard and concentrating on the next game.

“It was a bit difficult for me at the start of the season and I had to be on the bench. Now I have my chance it is time for me to give everything for the team. For the rest of the season, I will just keep pushing.”

Success’ goal saw him round off a clever free-kick routine after Etienne Capoue had picked out Kiko Femenia who volleyed across goal to provide a simply finish.

Seeing a training ground routine pay off during a match is always a rewarding experience for players and coaches alike, and Success says it is evidence of the detail the Hornets are putting in to their preparation.

“It is exciting to see what we do in training sessions happen in the game. I am happy about it,” he said.

“I think the players are focused to remember tactics from the training ground and apply them in the game. We will just keep working and hopefully we can get more wins in the season.”