Ivory Coast international striker says his extended omission from the Stoke workforce is painful as he remains to be overlooked for choice by using the club's supervisor
Ivory Coast global striker Wilfried Bony says his extended omission from the Stoke team is "painful" as he remains to be overpassed for choice by means of supervisor Mark Hughes.
The 28-yr-old — who has scored simply twice in 11 video games considering that his mortgage move from Manchester city last August — delivered he had grew to become down a transfer to China in January’s transfer window as a result of he needs to prove he has the quality still to be triumphant.
apart from a superb spell at Swansea after impressing in Dutch soccer Bony has struggled since metropolis signed him from the Swans for £28 million (32.7m euros, $ 34.3m) in January 2015.
"whilst you hear the whole lot is okay and you do not play, it is loopy," Bony told the BBC’s World soccer programme.
"it’s more than troublesome.
"that is one thing that I wish to know why, the train instructed me i am training very smartly and my perspective is excellent. It does not make feel. it’s painful."
Bony, who has now not played for Stoke for the reason that finish of December, said he had advised his agent to reject the chinese language provide.
"My agent informed me there was an offer but I refused to move as a result of my plan is to remain in the UK to show extra — to indicate that i am not on the finish."