Twente winger Nacer Chadli has revealed that he doesn’t regret a failed move to Fulham on transfer deadline day.
The Belgium international was widely tipped to leave the Tukkers for greener pastures in the summer and he was on the verge of completing a transfer deadline day move to Craven Cottage.
However, the deal fell through at the final moment and the player was forced to remain in the Netherlands.
Chadli states that he is happy to remain at Twente, but hints that he could leave the club next summer.
“I did not expect to leave on the last day of the transfer window. I had been prepared to stay at Twente,” Chadli explained to Voetbal International.
“I feel good here. It should be the right time for me and the club. I feel that I want to finish the season with FC Twente.”
The 23-year-old developed into a key player for the Tukkers shortly after completing his move from AGOVV Apeldoorn and has scored a total of 15 goals in 62 Eredivisie appearances for the club.
Chadli scored 2 goals in 4 league games for the Eredivisie giants this term, with Twente recording six straight victories to climb to the league summit.