Iranian international Andranik Teymourian has confessed he is ready to leave English Premier League club Fulham.
The 26-year-old is quoted by Persianfootball.com as saying, “I want to leave Fulham since I am not satisfied with my situation here. I asked my agent to change my team. I am frustrated with not playing.”
The midfielder went on to confirm that he wants to move sooner rather than later and hopes to wrap up his exit before the end of the month.
“I can join another team in the winter transfer window, he said. “Some English and European teams are interested in signing me but I cannot mention their names at the moment.”
Teymourian arrived in England in 2006 when he left Iranian club Aboomoslem to join Bolton Wanderers. However, he was released by the club shortly after Sam Allardyce left for Newcastle and having signed for Fulham in the summer of 2008, has found himself out of favour with current manager Roy Hodgson.
“Hodgson doesn’t trust me,” he said. “He doesn’t play me, although I am well-prepared. I talked to him to give me a chance but it didn’t work.”