Odion Ighalo had quality Premier League club offers, but the Nigerian felt Manchester United was the ultimate high he would leave on.
The 31-year-old striker concluded his loan deal at Manchester United in January, before sadly leaving the best league in the world - though he was presented opportunities to remain.
“There was the possibility of West Ham and West Brom to stay in the Premier League, which I thought about,” Ighalo told SkySports.
So why did the former Watford number nine turn down the chances?
"After being at Manchester United, the biggest club in England if not the world, what else could I possibly do in the Premier League?” Ighalo continued.
"I had good offers to stay in England, but I just didn't think I could stay after achieving my dream of playing for the club I had supported since I was young.
"I came all the way from China because it was Manchester United when I had already rejected other offers because United has always been my dream,” he concluded.