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 helped Maccabi Haifa win Israeli Premier League titles in 2001 and 2002 and helped Porstmouth secure a Football League Division One title in 2003.
He played alongside Jay-Jay Okocha on the Nigerian national team from 2000 to 2006.
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.
His wife, Yvonne Lameen Ikhana, was born the daughter of former Nigerian soccer player Kadiri Ikhana.