Dickson Etuhu eyes Fulham exit after Jol row

The Nigerian international admits 'all is not well' between himself and the Dutch boss, with the former Manchester City player ready to quite Craven Cottage in the summer
Fulham midfielder Dickson Etuhu has vowed to quit the west London club after falling out with his manager, Martin Jol.

The arrival of Mahamadou Diarra at Craven Cottage has seen Etuhu pushed down the pecking order and the Nigerian international is the latest player to fall out with Jol over selection policy.

There had been previous reports of Bobby Zamora and Andrew Johnson not seeing eye-to-eye with the Dutch manager, with the former now playing at Queens Park Rangers.

“All is not well with me and the manager and I think I will be heading out of the club in the summer,” Etuhu is quoted in The Sun.

“But, right now, I am focused on helping Fulham get a European spot for next season.”

Etuhu was instrumental in Fulham’s run to the Europa League final in 2010, and although he has played 29 times this season, he hasn’t started in the Premier League for the last five games.

Fulham have lost their last two games and face a tough trip to Old Trafford in their next league encounter. The Cottagers also face Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham in their remaining nine games.

The 29-year-old, who has played 120 games for Fulham as well as 16 times for his country, will be hoping he can force his way back into Jol’s plans for the rest of the campaign – if only to impress potential suitors.

Fulham are 30/1 with Paddy Power to win 1-0 away against Manchester United on Monday night.