Manchester United star, Odion Ighalo, called Juan Mata, David De Gea, and Sergio Romero as the three players who helped him settle in the club.
The 30-year-old joined Manchester United on a six-month loan deal from Chinese side, Shenhua, last January, transfer window.
So far this season the former Watford star has scored four goals in eight appearances for the side of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The Nigerian striker is currently on self-isolation because of the Coronavirus pandemic, after the Premier League was suspended indefinitely.
“I have several guys in there who assisted me. The guys are great in the dressing room,”
Ighalo said on Tuesday during a Q&A session through Instagram.
“I stepped my foot in the dressing room for the first time-wow. There were three players who brought me along and made me feel relaxed and welcome.
“We started living like brothers three days later, like I’ve been there for five years, laughing and cracking jokes together.
“Juan Mata, De Gea and the other goalkeeper, Romero in particular, because they speak Spanish and I speak Spanish.”
Ighalo won the March Goal-of – the-Month award for the club after his sparkling goal against LASK in the Europa League.