- Odion Ighalo has credited Solskjaer for his performances for Man United
- Ighalo has netted four goals this season and created one assist
- The Nigerian star moved to Old Trafford during January transfer
Nigerian striker Odion Ighalo has praised Ole Solskjaer claiming that his advises at Old Trafford has helped his performances for the Red Devils.
Manchester United went Odion Ighalo during the January transfer window and the Nigerian has been impressive since he joined.
Solskjaer was first criticized by some pundits and even former stars for signing Odion Ighalo in January, but the Nigerian tried hard to prove his critics wrong.
Scoring four goals in the eight games he has played for Manchester United, Odion Ighalo has settled down at the Premier League side.
While speaking with the club, Odion Ighalo gave Ole Solskjaer the credit for improving his performances and also boosting his morale.
“I learned a few things from him. During games - there was even a game I scored in, and he said: ‘You should have scored more if you do this or do that," Ighalo explained.
Meanwhile, Manchester United will continue their fight to finish the season among the top four when the suspended term resumes.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Premier League giants Manchester United are reportedly planning to extend the stay of Nigerian striker Odion Ighalo at Old Trafford beyond the end of the month of May.
The former Watford man joined Manchester United in January and his contract with the Red Devils ends this month even though there have been talks of extension since last two months.
Meanwhile, Super Eagles goalie Ikechukwu Ezenwa stated emphatically that he would love to join his fellow countryman Odion Ighalo at Premier League giants Manchester United.
Ezenwa who currently plays for Katsina United in the Nigerian Premier League has never moved out of the country's League since he started his football career years back with Ocean Boys.
The 31-year-old have been in the Super Eagles since 2014 and was among the squad Gernot Roht took to the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
He is very close to Odion Ighalo who retired from the national team after Nigeria's participation at the 2019 African Cup of Nations in Egypt.
While speaking with Super Eagles media team, the former Heartland goalie explained that Manchester United is his favorite club stressing that he used to support Real Madrid when he was young.
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