Cyriel Dessers says he’s not happy at Feyenoord, despite enjoying a good spell in front of goal.
The striker has scored numerous goals for the club, but insisted, he’s not happy with the lack of enough playing time on the pitch.
Dessers signed for Feyenoord on loan last summer from Racing Genk and was hoping to get more minutes under his belt, but has largely been used as a substitute, by manager Arne Slot.
The Belgian-born Super Eagles forward likened his situation at the Club to when he was playing second fiddle to Paul Onuachu at Racing Genk.
“Despite the fact that my statistics are good, I am not completely satisfied. Everything is positive, except for the number of playing minutes I get,” Dessers said in Extra Time.
“Apparently I always have the bad luck that I have to compete against very strong competitors. At Genk, I played against a phenomenal Onuachu who became the top scorer. At Feyenoord, the same is happening with Bryan Linssen. Actually unimaginable.” He said.
Feyenoord has the option to sign the striker permanently at the end of the season, but it remains unclear if, Dessers would be willing to commit his future to them.
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