Watford manager has warned striker Isaac Success he faces a fight to save his Vicarage Road career following allegations of an angry bust-up at a hotel with four prostitutes.
The 21-year old Nigerian was alleged to have been in a hotel bust-up with four prostitutes, with the striker reportedly being arrested by the police afterwards.
Already, he is sidelined for the next two months after suffering a knee injury in training, and the Watford boss has handed down a stern warning to the Nigeria international.
“The player and everyone else at the club know their obligations as professionals and they know the rules,” Silva said when asked about Success.
“People who love football don't like this situation. Football is his life, he needs to be careful and know the right way.
“Does he have a future here? I can't talk now as the player is injured.
“Maybe some of you won't believe me, because he has not played one minute in the Premier League this season, but I'm really happy with his improvement.
“Our obligation is to put the player in the right way, but you can't do this every time. He is a young player and he knows.”