Former Super Eagles forward, Odion Ighalo says he is not at Manchester United for the money but to help the team.
The 31-year-old joined the Reds Devils on loan from Shanghai Greenland Shenhua last January and his contract is set to end in January 2021.
“They know I’m here to play for the team and to give my best and they know I’m a fan like them, before I start playing for the team,” Odion told Man United official website.
“I didn’t come here to just play one game or make the money. I’m a boyhood fan of this team and I came here to play with my heart, to give everything until the day I leave.
“I give my best, whether the game is good or bad. I keep trying 100 per cent. They knew that from the first day and that’s why they supported me.
“Even today, I see the same messages from the fans [on social media] which I cherish and I’m happy about.”
Ighalo who is a boyhood fan of Manchester United became a fan favourite when he scored five goals in his first four starts for the club, to equal a 95-year-old record.