Watford striker Isaac Success has been advised to leave the club by a former coach.

Douglas Idahosa coached Success during his time at BJ Foundation, and has encouraged the Nigerian to part ways with the Hornets.

Speaking to allnigeriasoccer.com, Idahosa said:

“I will advise Success to leave Watford even if it is a loan.

“He should try and move to another club where he will get playing time. I believe he is working towards it.

“He should go to even a smaller team where he can use the opportunity to start playing regularly and bounce back to his best. He is still very young and still has a lot to offer.”

Success hasn’t scored for Watford in 18 months – his last strike coming in an FA Cup Fourth Round victory over Newcastle United in January 2019.

In his 62 games for Watford since joining the club in 2016, the 24-year-old has found the back of the net just 4 times.

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