By Rachael Ugiagbe

Ighalo celebrating his goal against Swansea. © Mirror.co.uk
Ighalo celebrating his goal against Swansea. © Mirror.co.uk

Super Eagles striker Odion Ighalo says he is keen on improving his form at Watford after scoring the match winner against Swansea City in last weekend Barclays Premier League.

Ighalo now has two goals to his name in the current campaign after scoring in the 2-2 draw with Everton in the season opener.

He recently committed his future to the club, signing a five-year contract but insists he will not be complacent just because he now has a long term future.

“Just because I have signed a five-year contract does not mean I’m going to fold my arms because I’ve secured my contract,” Ighalo told the Watford Observer.

“I want to work hard and keep improving every day as a player and a striker and helping my team achieve their goal at the end of the season.”

He was instrumental in the Hornets promotion to the English top flight from the Championship last season, where he scored 20 goals.

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