How to move a Rigidbody2D with directions from the NavMeshAgent?

I’m trying to move a Rigidbody2D with directions provided by the NavMeshAgent. Here’s what I have as my code:

public class Test : MonoBehaviour
    NavMeshAgent enemyAgent;
    Rigidbody2D enemyRB;
    public GameObject player;

    private void Start()
        // Initialize NavMeshAgent
        enemyAgent = GetComponent<NavMeshAgent>();
        enemyAgent.updateRotation = false;
        enemyAgent.updateUpAxis = false;
        enemyAgent.updatePosition = false;

        // Initialize RigidBody2D
        enemyRB = GetComponent<Rigidbody2D>();

    // Update is called once per frame
    void Update()
        enemyRB.velocity = new Vector2(enemyAgent.nextPosition.x, enemyAgent.nextPosition.y);

I may be misunderstanding what nextPosition does, but I’m treating it like it’s a vector that, at that moment, is the direction towards the target (in this case, the player). I find, however, that the enemy GameObject just runs seemingly randomly up to the northeast.

Is this the way I should think about using the NavMeshAgent’s “directions” to move with a Rigidbody? Or is there a better way that accomplishes what I’m going for? Thank you!

EDIT: Worth noting as well, I am using a package that allows me to create a NavMesh in 2D, called NavMeshPlus, found here on GitHub: GitHub - h8man/NavMeshPlus: Unity NavMesh 2D Pathfinding

Hello there.

If you are moving the object with Navmesh, you must not move the rigidbody. Let the NavmeshAgent do its job.

NavMesh system does not need to recieve direction info. Its calculates automaticly, when you define the destination. Just need a destination and a speed (speed can be set in the inspector directly)

Also, do not need to setDestination every frame. Once you set the destination, the navmeshagent will move until reach the destination, so no need to be on Update.