Paul Onuachu has vowed to help Southampton beat the drop in the Premier League this season.
The Saints occupy last position on the Premier League table and will hope the Nigerian can help them maintain their top-flight status.
Onuachu arrived the St Mary’s Stadium on deadline day penning a three-and-a-half year contract.
The 28-year-old made his debut for the Saints in the 3-0 defeat at Brentford last weekend.
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Onuachu replaced Mohamed Elyounoussi after the break.
“I’m very motivated, it’s a huge challenge,” he told the club’s official website.
“Coming here we are last on the table and everybody is working to really try to leave the relegation zone.
“It’s a huge challenge, not just for me but for everybody in the team. I’m going to give it all if I have the chance to play, and try to help the team to survive.”
How are the mighty fallen. Someone who was singing the glorious songs of title winners as well as champions league songs every Wednesday is now singing songs of relegation. This what all the fans here did not want to hear. We want to see SE players like other Africans players e.g Cameron and senegal take an upward trajectory in their careers and not a downward trajectory
Is a shame for you leave Genk to a relegation destined Southampton. Is it a must to go to premiere league. A striker of your Calibre should not be signing for a relegation zone team, it means you don’t know your worth. See you in championship. You abandon European competitions just to land in championship.
Onuachu Nucha Hazza. Onuachu Nucha Hazza. Let’s call a spade a spade, you are built for the English Premier go and prove doubters wrong. England is where you belong. This is a great move.
Heaven bless Onuachu and all deserving Super Eagles players