Stoor stuck at Fulham

Image: Stoor: Keen to move on

Fredrik Stoor has vented his frustration at failing to secure a move away from Fulham in January.

Swede seeking Cottagers exit

Fredrik Stoor has vented his frustration at failing to secure a move away from Fulham in January. The Swede has endured a torrid time at Craven Cottage since arriving in England from Rosenborg in the summer of 2008. The full-back has consistently failed to hold down regular first-team football, and was shipped out on loan to Derby County for the first half of the 2009/10 campaign. He is now back with Fulham, but has seen no improvement in his situation despite impressing during his time with the Rams. Stoor admits he had hoped to seal a move away from Fulham during the winter transfer window, but has been forced to accept another loan switch is now his only viable option. "There were some clubs interested but things didn't go through," he told Fotbollskanalen. "Now we are keeping our eyes open for a loan, even though that wasn't what I had hoped for."

Demands

Stoor did have offers on the table during the recent window, but admits none of the propositions put to Fulham or himself were suitable. He added: "Two things could not be resolved: a club willing to pay the price Fulham were asking, as they don't want to let me leave on a free, and my own demands. "I can live with a lower salary but it should still be a contract that I am happy with. None of the teams could meet those two things." Stoor accepts that he may be forced to see out the season at Fulham, with a loan move far from guaranteed, but is hoping a difficult spell on the banks of the Thames will come to an end sooner rather than later. "There are better and there are worse places I could end up," he said. "If something comes up which seems promising then I am willing to jump on it. "If not, I will stay at Fulham until the summer and try to get something sorted then."

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