Odion Ighalo chose three big names from Manchester United that he would love to align with.
The borrowed striker made his selection of the star-studded team that won the treble in the 1998/99 season.
United's childhood fan, Ighalo was a child when Alex Ferguson's team won the FA Cup, Premier League and Champions League.
The team that season included current Red Devils boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who took Ighalo to Old Trafford from Shanghai Shenhua at the January window.
But the former Norwegian striker was not one of three chosen by Ighalo, with the Nigerian wondering which midfielders he would have liked to have played before.
Speaking about the infamous triple winning season, Ighalo told the United website: "It was a great year and it is great for fans to watch the triple season.
"We haven't done anything like that since. I'm very happy watching it and I encourage fans to do it too.
"Someone can tell the story, but when you watch it, you see it – this is much better than someone telling you."
Ighalo also believes that the quality of United's midfield service in the 1998/99 season would be an attacker's dream – when making his three selections.
The 30-year-old added: “If you have Ryan Giggs on the left, David Beckham on the right and Paul Scholes in the middle, then what more does a striker need?
“When you see Beckham cross the ball, all you have to do is move your leg or head and hit it.
“Giggs, from the left, working his magic. It was a great team and they did so well. "
Ighalo made an impressive start with United, scoring four goals and helping once in his eight appearances.
Solskjaer is interested in extending his stay at Old Trafford, but United has not yet reached Shanghai Shenhua's £ 15 million asking price.
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