Cyriel Dessers says he has no regrets over his decision to leave KRC Genk for US Cremonese.
Dessers started the season strongly with Genk, before forcing a move to the Serie A club in the summer.
He endured a tough start to life in Italy, failing to score in his first eight games, before scoring back to back against Napoli and Spezia.
In addition, Cremonese are battling for survival, rooted in 19th place on the table and still without a win after 10 games.
On other hand, Genk are enjoying a good run, topping the table and unbeaten in the last five matches in all competitions.
Dessers in an interview with Het Laatste Nieuws, said he has no regret over this decision, insisting that playing in Italy is a dream for him.
“This was my dream. I have already played in a full Olimpico against Roma, met Inter in San Siro and recently scored my first goal against a strong Napoli. We lost 1-4, but I scored the equalizer. At least then you can cheer.
“I don’t feel (regret) that way until now. If the backlog were to get to the end, you might get that. So it would be ideal to be above the danger zone by then.”
The 27-year-old Super Eagles player said, he’s relieved to have ended his goal drought.
“It was a nice feeling, but I have always remained calm.
“I might have been more concerned about it in the past. I am now more experienced. I know what I can do and I am sure I have my place in this competition. Sure, I can say it now. But I expect that I will also show it,” He concluded.
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