Former Nigeria Super Eagles forward Odion Ighalo made a barn-storming start to life as a Manchester United player, scoring four goals in three starts.
What was supposed to be a six months loan could now become a permanent deal with the way the Nigerian has impressed fans and officials of the club.
In this interview, the former Watford striker traces the origins of his walk ti stardom from the backwaters of Ajegunle – a ghetto settlement in Lagos – to the neon lights of Manchester.
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Living one’s dream gives you joy and a mountain-top experience. One of the lucky guys, Ighalo. Happy for him. It’s not all about hard work, but God’s grace which crowns the effort. Many work harder with little or nothing to show for it.