Stoke City forward Peter Odemwingie says he is happy to remain a Potter following Deadline Day’s failed move to Olympique Marseille on Monday.
Stoke manager Mark Hughes revealed in his prematch news conference ahead of Tuesday’ trip to Manchester United that the forward had been given permission to speak to a club but rejected the move.
The out of favor Super Eagles striker in his reaction to the failed move wrote on twitter;
Really pleased I stayed with the Mighty Potters! Will continue to fight for a place in the team 💪🏽😎 pic.twitter.com/7QkC1DCKzs
— Peter Odemwingie (@OdemwingieP) February 2, 2016
“Really pleased I stayed with the Mighty Potters! Will continue to fight for a place in the team.” The former West Brom star tweeted.
Odemwingie who joined Stoke on 28 January 2014 on an 18-month contract in a player-exchange with Kenwyne Jones has managed to just five goals in 26 league appearances for the Britannia outfit.