Jordan Botaka has insisted to Voetbal International that he does not regret moving to Leeds United.
Botaka joined the Yorkshire side from Excelsior last summer, but he has made a minimal impact at Elland Road.
The 22-year-old has shown glimpses of quality, but he has failed to force his way into the Whites’ starting line-up.
Botaka made just three Championship starts last season, with his other 10 league appearances being as a substitute.
However, the skilful winger insists that he does not regret moving to Leeds.
"Absolutely not,” he said when asked whether he wishes he didn’t move to Leeds.
Botaka’s chances of playing next season may be increased next season, as Leeds have a new manager in charge.
Botaka failed to break into the Whites’ starting line-up under Uwe Rosler or Steve Evans, but he will be hoping to play a more important role now Garry Monk is in charge.
Monk has the remit of guiding Leeds into the top six next campaign, and he is starting to make plans after being appointed at Elland Road.