The Nigerian frontman can see the benefits of having a former striker as his manager and expects his game to benefit considerably from that

Odion Ighalo believes working with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Manchester United will add even more goals to his game, with there obvious benefits to be found in being coached by a former striker.

The Nigerian frontman fulfilled a childhood dream during the January transfer window when securing a switch to Old Trafford.

A loan spell with the Red Devils has been stunted by the coronavirus outbreak, but four goals were recorded in just eight outings prior to lockdown

Ighalo was averaging an effort every 80 minutes before being forced out of action, with his early contribution to the cause suggesting that a permanent deal will be sought by United.

The 30-year-old believes he still has plenty to offer, especially with 1999 Treble winner and former Norway international Solskjaer showing him the way.

Ighalo told MUTV of his manager in Manchester: “When I moved to United, 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’.

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