London - In-form striker Odion Ighalo has expressed
gratitude after ending 2015 as the top scorer in the whole of England with 30
The Watford striker has scored 14 goals in the Premier
League this term, and scored 16 for the Hornets in the Championship between
January and May 2015, making him the top scorer across England’s football
Speaking on his achievement, the 26-year old thanked his
family, teammates and Watford fans for their support in what has been a great
year for him.
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“I thank God for everything; it has been a successful year.
I thank my family, my teammates, most especially Troy Deeney who has assisted
me for the most of the goals I have scored this year and it is a great pleasure
playing with him, and I want to keep going like that.
“I also have to thank the Watford fans for all their support
in what has been a great year for us and I thank God for everything and I hope
we will continue to make progress because we have a great team here and the
spirit here is great,” he said.
Ighalo initially joined Watford on loan from Udinese in the
summer of 2014, but made the move permanent just three months later.
He is now Watford’s first and only player to score in five
straight games since the inception of the Premier League in 1992.For
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