Manchester United boss Ole gunner Solskjaer says Odion Ighalo is still very much part of his plan and remains an important member of the squad.
Ighalo has struggled for game time this season and the arrival of Uruguayan forward Edison Cavani means the former Nigerian striker could slip further down into the pecking order.
After been left out of the team for Premier League games at Brighton and a home defeat to Tottenham Hotspurs, Ighalo returned to the squad for the trip to Newcastle United but he was an used substitute.
The experienced striker has been included in the squad for the Champions League game away to PSG and speaking ahead of the game, Solskjaer reiterated striker remains an integral part of the squad.
“As a club, we always want to get players in and also give them time to adapt”.
“We had some very good performances by Odion and he is still a very important part of the club,” he said.