“That person didn't actually say it but he used that to go into the next game and to drive him on to be the best.
“The incident did happen against Liverpool where I missed a penalty and received a lot of abuse and for me it's just like Michael Jordan, it's about coming out and proving them wrong. It's about being at this club, being the main man, being the striker.
“My dad spoke to me at breakfast and he said, ‘I know you've watched Michael Jordan and you're motivated to go back to football. When you're ready go out there and do the best you can’.
“I miss football, just miss scoring goals, seeing the fans and being with my team-mates, having a smile on my face. If it's safe to do so, I want to finish the job. If not, then go into the next season.”