Super Eagles winger Nnamdi Oduamadi has returned to his parent club, AC Milan of Italy for the second half of the Serie A season.
Oduamadi is returning to the Italian giants after a successful loan stint at HJK Helsinki of Finland.
The Nigeria international who enjoyed his time in Finland; times in 26 appearances has already resumed training in Milan.
Goals from Oduamadi helped a great deal as HJK finished runner-up in the Finnish top division.
The Nigeria star is hopeful to get a chance when the second half of the Serie A season starts in January or seek another move when the winter transfer reopens.
While Oduamadi is keen to show he has what it takes to star for Milan, he has hinted that he would make a move if that is the best option he has.
" I working hard to break into the Milan team But another move could happen if I don't get a chance." He stated
Oduamadi has only 15 minutes of action in the colours of AC Milan to his name but has spent four seasons away on loan at Torino,Varese, Crotone, Brescia, all in the Serie B in Italy.