The Turkish forward has fallen behind the likes of Henri Bienvenu and Moussa Sow in the pecking order, but vows to continue fighting for his placeFenerbahce striker Semih Senturk has admitted that he is growing frustrated with his lack of game time at the Istanbul club.
Since the acquisitions of Moussa Sow and Henri Bienvenu, the Turkey international has found himself playing an increasingly smaller role in Aykut Kocaman's plans.
Despite admitting that he is far from pleased with his current situation, the 28 year old has vowed to carry on fighting for his place at his boyhood club.
"I've found this problem hard to swallow," Semih told Milliyet. "I'm not happy with my current situation. But I have a two-year contract, and I'll keep on fighting until the end of it.
"I've never walked away from a task. I know my capabilities, and I'm only 28 years old. I have a two year contract, and I would like to compete for Fenerbahce.
"I'll do everything I can to get back to my old performances."
Barring a loan spell with Izmirspor a decade ago, Semih Senturk has spent his entire career at Fenerbahce.