London - Nigeria international Odion Ighalo is convinced he can replicate his Championship form in the Premier League after helping Watford earn promotion back to the top-flight.
The forward bagged 20 goals and four assists to help the Hornets to a second-place finish in the second tier this term, earning the Hertfordshire outfit a place back in England's elite division.
And, while the step up to the Premier League is a daunting one, the former Udinese striker Ighalo remains confident in his abilities.
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"It is very possible for me to score goals in the Premier League," he told sl10. "The truth is I never expected to score 20 goals in the Championship this season but I worked hard and kept pushing myself and the goals started coming.
"I believe I can do the same in the Premier League."
However, when asked what tally he would be aiming for in the top flight in 2015/16, he said: "I don't like putting myself under pressure by setting a target of the number of goals I want to score but I know with God all things are possible.
"I know I can score goals in the Premier League but I won't give any targets because I know the Premier League will be more difficult. So I just have to take the games as they come and train harder and when the chances come I'll put them away."
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