Akos Buzsaky regrets turning down contract offers from QPR and Bristol City
Akos Buzsaky has expressed his regret at turning down contract offers from Queens Park Rangers and Bristol City.
By Juha Pal
Last Updated: 23/02/13 1:56pm
The Hungarian midfielder became a free agent last month after ending a short-term spell at Championship side Barnsley. He left QPR at the end of last season after failing to sign a new contract, and earlier this season played for Portsmouth in League One.
Buzsaky has now been diagnosed with a knee injury, and will work on his fitness in order to hope to gain a club next season.
"Last summer QPR offered me a one-year extension but I wanted regular first-team football so I rejected this contract by the club," Buzsaky told Nemzeti Sport.
"Subsequently, I realise that I should have penned that deal but as always I stand by that decision.
"It was another wrong decision to say no to Bristol City, who offered me a two-year contract with good conditions, but I didn't want to fight against relegation."