The midfielder has joined Brighton on loan and believes that he has been shown disrespect by his parent club Bolton WanderersBrighton's on-loan midfielder Keith Andrews has revealed that his departure from Bolton Wanderers ended on a "sour" note.
The 32-year-old Republic of Ireland international explained that the move came as a surprise to him, as he had featured during pre-season and in the Trotters' opening games, and said that it was clear that he "wasn't wanted at the football club."
"It came as a bit of a bolt out of the blue as I featured heavily in pre-season," Andrews told BBC Sussex. "It's all been a little bit strange.
"It was a decision they made and they obviously made it very clear I wasn't wanted at the football club."
The former Blackburn Rovers midfielder said that he feels he has been disrespected by Bolton, noting that he had not received any phone calls from figures at the club prior to the move.
"Nobody really had the decency to even phone me as I was leaving," he added. "I think I deserve a little bit more respect than that, I suppose.
"I always felt I'd done things well at that club, been very professional and treated people like I like to be treated. To end on that note was a bit sour but you can't be surprised by anything in football."
Meanwhile, Hibernian boss Pat Fenlon says he has no problem with speculation surrounding his position as manager after witnessing his side suffer a 1-0 defeat in the Edinburgh derby against Hearts.
The former Bohemians boss was subjected to taunts from opposing fans during the game in the aftermath of the club's 9-0 aggregate loss to Malmo FF in the Europa League, but Fenlon is not phased by the speculation.
"I've got no problem with people looking at my position, no problem at all," he said. "We've lost two games 1-0 in the league, and Europe was really disappointing. But there was very little in both of our league games and I don't think we're too far away from getting a result.
"I'm very happy with the squad we have. We need one result. Footballers live on confidence and a result on the board helps. It breeds confidence."