Odion Ighalo has debunked claims that Manchester United have offered him a loan extension deal beyond his current loan spell.

The former Nigeria international made a great start at United after surprise deadline day loan move from Shanghai Shenhua  in the January transfer window.

Ighalo has scored four goals in eight appearances so far for the Premier League side before football activities were suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.

United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has since hinted that Ighalo could be kept at the club beyond the end of the current campaign, but the 30-year-old says an offer is yet to be formalised.

“There is no offer on the table yet,” Ighalo Elegbete TV.

“Because the season is still on and I’m yet to finish my loan deal. I don’t just take decisions alone in my life. I have a principle and I have a guideline for everything I do. I always pray to God to direct me.”

Recall that FrujuSports revealed last month that the former Watford forward was offered £400,000 per week by his parent club Shanghai Shenhua.

“I have seen so many tweets about this. I have seen so many people going crazy, [saying] ‘go back to China’, some say stay with Man United,” he added.

“Have you seen me say a word? I don’t have anything to say. When the season is finished and I get two offers from the two teams, then I will sit and think about it, pray about it and whatever God says I should do, I will go with that.

“I don’t just sit down and take decisions, and I don’t get carried away with whatever people say. I came to Manchester United to play for a pay cut because I wanted to. So anything could happen, but I want the season to finish and my loan to finish. Then I will see everything I have.

“You don’t just rush and do things: ‘I’m going here, I’m going here’. I have to sit down and finish the season well, sit down with my agent, see what’s on the ground: A, B, C, D, is on the ground. Okay we have to pick.”

Ighalo’s current contract expires in December 2022, but Shanghai want to keep him until at least December 2024.