Former Manchester United striker, Nicholas Olushola Ajose has finally joined England club, Exeter City.
Ajose, who spent 12 years at Man United before he left Old Trafford in 2011 without making a single appearance for the first team, joined the League Two side on Wednesday.
The 27-year-old has also played for Peterborough United, Scunthorpe United, Chesterfield, Crawley Town, Bury, Swindon Town, Leeds United, Crewe Alexandra, Charlton and Mansfield Town.
”I am hungry to score goals. It is why I play football. I am someone who likes to score, create and obviously, I want to win, but I like getting in behind defenders and causing problems,” Ajose told Exeter City’s official website.
“Yes, for sure we are looking for promotion. It was strange last year because it was quite tight all the way and you could go from seventh to third in a week’s time.
”Hopefully, this year with the experience the boys have had and the manager, they will be able to get up automatically.”