Former Super Eagles striker, Odion Ighalo, has picked his time in China with Changchun Yatai, as the high point of his career.
Ighalo joined Yatai from Watford in a transfer worth around £20million.
At the time, it was the biggest deal for the two clubs.
During his two-and-a-half-year stint in China, the 32-year-old scored 46 goals in 72 appearances in the Chinese Super League and also won the Chinese FA Cup in 2019.
“Well, I will say when I signed my deal with China. It was a good contract. And I was pleased with it.
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“I was bought from Watford to Changchun Yatai for £20 million and it was a huge transfer and the biggest transfer in the history of both clubs.
“I went there and played for two years. I did so well with the team. I played about 50 or 52 games with 36 goals.
“It was one of the best moments in my career life,” Ighalo, who spent a year on loan at Manchester United, told This Day Style when asked what the high point of his career was.