Super Eagles forward Paul Onuachu says he is gradually hitting top form again after struggling at the start of the campaign.
Onuachu sustained an Injury before the start of the season which hindered his performance.
The 28-year-old has however improved his form in recent weeks scoring four goals in his last three appearances for Genk.
The Nigerian scored the winning goal in Genk’s victory against OH Leuven last weekend.
“We gave everything for the team (vs OH Leuven),” Onuachu told HLN.
“In the end I was finished, but we have a lot of good players who could come in.
“I am gradually getting back to almost 100 percent. I just want to play, have fun and meet up with the coach’s expectations. I enjoy his confidence.”
Onuachu said he is not disturbed by criticisms against him in the media.
“As a footballer you have to be able to live with people talking about you. I don’t care. I don’t really follow the media,” he said.
“It’s simple: I was injured at the beginning of the season and had to be fit again. It was tough for a while, but I’m a professional.”