The Ivorian striker is set for a move back to France this summer.
It looks like the English adventure for Hull City striker Yannick Sagbo is coming to an end. The two cap Ivory Coast international has been discussing his future this week, suggesting he is all set to quit English football and return to France.
"It was a catastrophic season. I already have some possibilities. We have only just started discussing. Clubs are positioning themselves little by little.
"My hope is to go back to play in France. I am open to all offers. I will need to speak to my agent. There are some clubs in Ligue 1 who are interested."
Sagbo joined Hull City in 2013 on a two-year deal from Evian in France. The player, who had just come off the back of a good season with the club, seemed the perfect style of player for Premier League football.
However, he failed to impress. In 34 appearances last term he scored just four goals.
This season he found himself loaned out to Wolverhampton Wanderers. His time with the club was just as bad. He played just four games for Wolves and barely made an impact. He scored no goals and did little of note.
He left Wolves two months before his move from Hull was set to expire.
This season, all in all, he has played 13 games and not scored a goal. The last time he found the back of the net was on the 13th April 2014, in an FA Cup tie against Sheffield United.
Now the former Monaco forward will hope to get his career back on track across The Channel.