Leicester City loanee Ahmed Musa has spoken to Russian website Championat.Com, following his move to CSKA Moscow in the last transfer window.

The Leicester City flop has yet to make his league debut for the Russian club due to the winter break, but did feature last week in the Europa League clash with Red Star Belgrade.

Speaking about his first impressions on his return to CSKA Moscow and the second leg against Red Star Belgrade, Musa said: “I’ve seen a lot of photos of the VEB Arena, I’ve watched our team score goals here. I want to write my name in the history of the stadium! This is one of my main tasks for the game – of course, besides helping the team to win.”

Musa joined Leicester from CSKA Moscow in 2016 for a reported €20m, but he has failed to move the form he showed in Russia to the Premier League. Musa scored just 2 goals in 21 Premier League games last season, and hardly figured in this campaign.

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The Nigeria international failed to impress current Leicester City manager Claude Puel after the dismissal of Craig Shakespeare, and subsequently was loaned out to CSKA Moscow last month.