Nigeria international, Odion Ighalo says he is good to go as the Chinese Super League officially gets begins on Friday.

The former Watford FC, striker who made a mega move from English Premier League side, to join Changchun Yatai said he is itching to get started on his new adventure to in the Far East.

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Ighalo has already showed what he is capable of doing having scored 3 goals in 2 friendly games with his new team.

From a humble beginning in Ajegunle, Lagos; Ighalo has played in Norway, Italy, Spain, England and now China.

With a reported £190,000 (which translates to 100,700,000 Naira) weekly salary, Ighalo is among the top 3 most paid African footballers across the world.

Changchun Yatai will be playing away to Shanghai SIPG on Saturday.