Nigerian striker who became one of his national team's top scorers upon joining the squad in 2000. He joined Al Rayyan in 2014 after spending a season with Guangzhou R&F.
He started his career with the Nigerian club Julius Berger FC in 1997 before moving to Israel's Maccabi Haifa for a transfer fee of $300,000.
He helped Maccabi Haifa win Israeli Premier League titles in 2001 and 2002 and helped Porstmouth secure a Football League Division One title in 2003.
His wife, Yvonne Lameen Ikhana, was born the daughter of former Nigerian soccer player Kadiri Ikhana.
He played alongside Jay-Jay Okocha on the Nigerian national team from 2000 to 2006.