Obinna doesn’t want to return to Inter

West Ham United striker Victor Obinna playing on loan from Inter wants to stay at his new club rather than return to the Nerazzurri, where he seemingly has no future.
The Nigerian never really had a chance to make a name for himself as an Inter player, but has come to life in the Premier League this season where he is one of West Ham’s most important players.
Now it seems that Obinna would be happy to make his loan move permanent should West Ham avoid relegation. On the other hand at Inter he faces stiff competition for a starting berth from the likes of Diego Milito, Samuel Eto’o, Goran Pandev among others.
With regards to a long-term future at West Ham, he said: “I’ve been having a wonderful time since the beginning and like I said when I was first here, my football is going to speak for me – I’m not saying I’m going to do this and that.”
Inter first saw Obinna’s potential in 2005 when they arranged to bring him to Italy, but immediately loaned him to Chievo. The 23-year-old had a respectable goal ratio during his three years at Chievo, before returning to Inter under Jose Mourinho.
The Portuguese boss initally had high hopes for Obinna, but in the end he couldn’t break through to their first-team and is now enjoying the best form of his career in the Premier League. Welcome Bonus Offer Betway

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