Watford striker, Isaac Success said he is keen to see the Super Eagles qualify for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.
Success, who made his first appearance for the senior national in the friendly against Senegal in London stated that the team is very focused on topping the group B qualifiers, featuring Cameroon, Algeria and Zambia. “The energy is there, the mindset of bringing success to Nigeria and to Africa at the World Cup is there. “These young boys, and I am one of them, they are really hungry to do something. “We want to do something different, something the fans have not seen in a long time. Success is guaranteed because now they have Success in the team,” he told BBC Sport. He replaced Moses Simon on the hour mark of the match played at Barnet’s stadium in north London to finally make his senior debut after missing several other call-ups due to injury. “It was a dream come true for me. I thank God for being here representing my country. “I am happy now, I am fit, I am very sharp now and looking forward to the opportunity again,” he added.