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Odion Ighalo: If Watford keep working hard we can stay in Premier League

Watford currently sit in 10th place in the Premier League following two consecutive wins ahead of their upcoming match against Crystal Palace who, after a fine start to the season, have leveled out and sit in eighth.
Odion Ighalo has had a fine start to the season.

Watford striker Odion Ighalo believes the club are good enough to stay in the Premier League after losing only two of their opening seven games.

Ighalo, who has scored 20 goals in 2015 to make him the most prolific player in all four divisions of English football, has helped the newly-promoted side to wins over Newcastle and Swansea and three draws.

Those results mean the Hornets sit 13th, outside the top half of the table on goal difference.

Watford were tipped to struggle in the Premier League...

 By Colin Udoh

Odion Ighalo is thriving for Watford but deserves more respect back in Nigeria

Take a look at the five things to know ahead of week 7 in the Premier League, as Hugo Lloris has conceded 17 goals in five matches against Manchester City.

When Sunday Oliseh named his first squad as Nigeria coach, two names stood out by their absence: Odion Ighalo and Obafemi Martins. Unlike some of the other absentees, both strikers were in fine form and tallying regular minutes in the lead up to the squad announcement. More than that, both were actually the most in-form Nigeria forwards at the time.

Ighalo's exclusion was made more puzzling by the fact that he was one of the standout performers in Stephen Keshi's final game. Within minutes of...

By ESPN Staff

Nigeria call up young Arsenal striker Alex Iwobi to squad for friendlies

Alex Iwobi has chosen to play for Nigeria over England.

Nigeria have called up Arsenal youngster Alex Iwobi to their squad for friendlies against DR Congo and Cameroon in October.

Iwobi, 19, was born in Nigeria but has played for England at the under-16, 17 and 18 levels, but FIFA said he is eligible for is birth country because he did not play in an official competition.

He is the nephew of former Nigeria star Jay-Jay Okocha and has permanent Nigerian citizenship.

In January, Iwobi spoke about his decision to play for Nigeria over England, saying: "My...

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Wolves take Shola Ameobi on trial ahead of potential signing

Shola Ameobi, left, made his Nigeria debut in 2012 at the age of 31.

Shola Ameobi will be given the chance to earn a contract at Championship side Wolves, Wolverhampton boss Kenny Jackett has confirmed.

The former Newcastle United striker -- who has won 10 caps for Nigeria -- has been without a club since leaving Crystal Palace in June, but will be given a chance to return to football with Wolves' under-21s side at Swansea on Monday.

"He's down for a few days with us. We'll see how he does as to whether we extend that," Jackett told the BBC.

"He can offset some of...

 By Colin Udoh

Man City starlet Kelechi Iheanacho the new great hope for Nigeria

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini insists that Nigerian teenager Kelechi Iheanacho, who scored the game winner, will be very important for the team in the future.

As Kelechi Iheanacho struck home the winner for Manchester City against Crystal Palace this weekend, it seemed as if the whole of Nigeria drew a collective breath. It has been 10 years since Nigerian fans were this excited about a young talent.

In 2005, the object of their affections was a tall midfielder called John Obi Mikel whose languid movement masked pinpoint passing and exemplary vision. His early promise led to a transfer war between Chelsea and Manchester United -- which was eventually won...