Cousin - I can't stay at Hull
Forward admits to breakdown in relationship with Brown
Last Updated: 21/01/10 9:49am
Cousin: Set to move
Daniel Cousin says he has to leave Hull City in the transfer window due to his poor relationship with manager Phil Brown.
The experienced striker has made just three appearances for the Tigers this season and is set to secure a move away from the KC Stadium upon his return from the African Cup of Nations.
The Gabon international has been linked with Fulham and Larissa, but is expected to join Championship side Queens Park Rangers on loan for the rest of the season.
He has confirmed he may join another club in England after acknowledging his relationship with Brown makes it difficult for him to stay.
"I opt to leave Hull," Cousin told German agency dpa. "I do not want to stay with the club.
"I want to move, possibly to another club in England, or move to France.
"Me and Phil Brown, the gaffer, we have no good relationship and it is therefore difficult for me to stay in Hull because I do not play and the relationship with the gaffer is not good."
Cousin joined the Tigers from Rangers in the summer of 2008 and has scored five goals in 33 appearances for the Premier League strugglers.