Nigeria striker, Joshua Maja, has expressed gratitude to Fulham for giving him the opportunity to play in the English Premier League.
Maja, joined Fulham on loan from Girondins Bordeaux in January and the 22 years old became Coach Scott Parker’s favorite.
The Super Eagles forward featured in 10 premier league matches and scored on three occasions, but it wasn’t enough to keep Fulham in the premier league for another season.
Despite the setback, Maja expressed his gratitude to the club in a statement on his Instagram page on Friday.
The former Sunderland player said he regrets the club’s inability to stay in the English top-flight, adding that he was confident they would return to the elite class in no distant time.
“I want to say a massive thank you to everyone involved at @fulhamfc for making my dream of playing in the Premier League come true. It’s unfortunate we couldn’t stay in the league but I have no doubt that this club will be back in the league it belongs to,” stated Maja.
Maja will now return to his parent club Girondins Bordeaux after Fulham opted not to sign him and other loan players on a permanent basis.
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