Manchester United forward Odion Ighalo has been asked to pick his dream five a-side team from his short spell at Old Trafford.
The Nigerian, who elected to only choose members of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's current first-team, named himself in his dream five a-side team of Manchester United players.
Four of the players the United loanee picked have been signed by the Norweigan manager with summer signings Harry Maguire and Aaron Wan-Bissaka chosen in defence.
Ighalo picked Bruno Fernandes as his solitary midfielder while he decided to partner himself with Anthony Martial in the two-pronged attack.
Speaking in a Periscope interview on Twitter with Juliet Bawuah, the 30-year-old revealed his line-up.
“I will stick with Manchester United players,” Ighalo said.
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“In the back I will put the captain, Maguire and then (Wan) Bissaka.
“In the middle I will put Bruno. At the top I will put me and Martial. We play two, one, two!”
The ex-Super Eagles striker did not include a goalkeeper. Though he admitted he'd love to have David de Gea in goal but insisted his team was good enough to play without one.
“Of course, I will put David de Gea (in goal),” Ighalo added. “We can play five a-side or five-aside with one keeper.”
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