- Kelechi Iheanacho became the choir master in Super Eagles camp as they prepare for the international friendly with Cameroon
- The Leicester City forward along with his international teammates sang like a choir on their way to training
- The 24-year-old had a brilliant season with the Foxes as he scored 15 goals in all competitions for the Premier League club
Kelechi Iheanacho presence in the Super Eagles camp is never a dull moment as the Leicester City striker was spotted leading the team in an Igbo song, Twitter.
The Nigerian international and the rest of the team are currently preparing for Super Eagles clash with Cameroon in Austria on Friday, June 5.
The team were on their way to training when Iheanacho took it upon himself to do a rendition in Igbo language as other players followed.
And the former Man City striker showed his level of knowledge in leading a male choir using his hands to orchestrate will players with bass and husky voices followed his lead.
Wilfred Ndidi who appeared in the video was caught laughing at Iheanacho's seriousness while the performance was going on.
The 24-year-old had the best footballing season in his career at the just concluded Premier League season with Leicester City.
He helped the club to their first FA Cup trophy and finished fifth on the league standings at the end of 2020-21 campaign.
Iheanacho scored 15 goals in all competition after lighting up his campaign in the second half of the second half of the season
The former youth international also won the Premier League Player for the Month of April following his back-to-back goalscoring feat.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Ola Aina's goal for Fulham against West Brom is officially now a contender for the 2020-21 Premier League Goal of the Season, Complete Sports, Twitter.
The Nigerian international hit a long range strike from 25-yards out at Craven Cottage as he put his team in the lead.
The 24-year-old hit the shot with his weaker-foot which flew past goalkeeper Sam Johnstone in goal as it won the best strike scored in November.