Watford forward Isaac Success has signed a new long-term contract to remain at Vicarage Road.

The Nigerian international has made an impact for the Hornets this season and has been rewarded with a new deal which commits him to the club until 2023.

Chairman and chief executive Scott Duxbury told the club website: “This is a just reward for Isaac's continued hard work and application this season. We look forward to seeing him develop further over the coming years.”

Success has had to wait patiently for his opportunity but the 22-year-old has been given more first-team appearances this season and has scored three goals in six starts.

The powerful forward netted in the EFL Cup win at Reading and also scored during the match against Tottenham Hotspur in the same competition in September.

His first league goal of the season came in the 3-0 win over Huddersfield Town in October as he has looked increasingly comfortable in the side.

This new deal is a sign the club see Success as a viable long-term option and suggests he will have an increasingly significant role to play at Vicarage Road in the coming years.

Success joined Watford from Granada in 2016 and spent the second half of last season on loan at Malaga. He has made 35 appearances for the Hornets and this contract extension is reward for his improved performances.

It comes in the same week head coach Javi Gracia signed a new long-term deal to remain in charge of the Premier League club.