Hull City defender Kamil Zayette revealed his intention to leave the relegation-threatened club.
In January 2009, Zayette signed a three year deal with Hull after a season long loan spell.
Zayette considered a move away from Hull in the just concluded transfer window, but he couldn't find a club of his liking. Teams like Tottenham and West Ham were interested but Hull manager, Phil Brown's, ludicrous and greedy demands forced the interested clubs to stay away.
"I almost left Hull during the last transfer window.
Tottenham and West Ham were interested but Hull wanted too much money for me," revealed Zayette.
Zayette now hopes that he can make all the Guineans proud by joining any one of the high-profile clubs in the Premier League. He's sure to leave if one of the big four clubs comes knocking in the summer.
Ideally, he wants a move to Arsenal, Chelsea, or Manchester United.
"If all goes well I see myself at a bigger club than Hull. If I could land a move to Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea it would make all Guineans proud of me," said Zayette.
Although Zayette is a regular in the Hull defense alongside Anthony Gardner, his presence makes it easy for the opposition. He's scored four own goals in the Hull jersey, one more than what he's scored for his own team.
The 24-year-old Guinean could be one of several high profile players to leave, if Hull fails to stay in the Premier League.
His revelations will surely irk the Hull boss, especially when the team is struggling to stay alive in the Premier League.
Zayette can continue to dream, but I would suggest him to aim higher and seek out a move to either of the two Spanish giants.