The Nigerian international was snapped up for £16 million this summer
Jeffrey Schlupp celebrates with Ahmed Musa after scoring the second goal for Leicester
Leicester City newbie Ahmed Musa has revealed his remarkably laid-back side as he discusses his aims for life at the King Power Stadium.
The Nigerian has made it clear that he does not feel under any pressure to succeed after joining the club, as he looks to use his relaxed style to help The Foxes in both the Premier League and Champions League this season.
“I believe in God’s time which is the best and that was why I was patient till the time came to move (to England).
“I have never been under pressure at any club I have played and it won’t be different here too”
“I will be my usual self at Leicester as there is no cause to be under pressure.”
That is quite a relaxed attitude from the player, who joined Leicester from CSKA Moscow earlier this month.
He also comes with a massive price-tag, with the BBC reporting that he has cost Leicester a club record £16 million – but still, Musa feels no pressure.
The energetic and pacey forward arrives after impressing in Russia, where he scored a career best 18 goals in 44 appearances last season.
At just 23-years-old he is also something of an investment for the future.
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Leicester are looking to strengthen their squad ahead of an assault on both Europe and the domestic scene this term – after their heroics of the 2015-16 campaign.
Musa seems fairly relaxed about the fact he will be playing a big part in any potential success.