Isaac Success is confident he can still make a significant contribution for Watford despite a slow start to the English Premier League (EPL) season.
The young striker has netted one goal for the Hornets in the Carabao Cup so far.
But Success believes there will be many more opportunities for him to shine at the club this season.
Sucesss has been limited mainly to substitute appearances in the EPL for the Hornets.
He told Futbalgalore.com: ‘I’ve tried to focus on getting myself fit and sharp for when my moment comes. Whether I’m starting, or whether I come off the bench, I want to contribute the way I know I can contribute.
‘It’s a long, long season and I know there’s going to be a lot of opportunities for me coming up. I’m confident now that I’m more than ready for when the opportunity comes.
‘I’m trying to relax a little bit more and just believe in my ability, because I know I’m good enough and I’m working hard enough. It’s not too far away, the first goal in the EPL. Whenever that comes and whatever way it comes, it’s going to push my confidence even higher.’
Meanwhile, Isaac Success came off the bench in the 80th minute as Watford were forced to a 1-1 by Fulham on Saturday.