Milos Krasic regrets not leaving Juventus during the winter transfer window. The Serbia international has fallen down the pecking order since Antonio Conte took over as coach in June and has made just seven Serie A appearances so far this season.
He turned down a loan deal to Zenit St Petersburg in February as he was uninterested in a temporary switch, but has now expressed his regret at the decision.
"Yes, Zenit and Tottenham wanted me on loan, but I decided to stay in Turin and fight for a place in the side," Krasic told Vecernje Novosti.
"Unfortunately, this was a bad decision, it would have been much better if I had left.
"There is no room for me in the team, the only thing I can do is continue to train to stay in shape for next season."
Vlado Borozan, Krasic's agent, admitted on Tuesday that a summer exit for his client was a strong possibility.
He revealed that several clubs were interested in Krasic's services, and he has now hinted at a Premier League switch.
"I do not see how his situation can improve, he does not fit in Conte's system," Borozan told Tuttomercatoweb.
"Right now, it is too soon to talk about his future, but I think he will leave in the summer to go to England."