Leeds midfielder says he has no regrets.
Adam Forshaw has found it tough going since joining Leeds United in January.
The midfielder has been one of the few strong performers since he joined from Middlesbrough, but he has only been on the winning side once.
In midweek he was on the losing team again as Leeds slipped to a 3-0 defeat at home to Wolves.
The former Everton trainee insisted he was glad he made the move despite the team's form seeing them plummet down the table.
Forshaw said: "I'm playing for one of the best clubs in the country. I'm not just saying that because I'm here.
"I look at everything which surrounds the club. For me to have the opportunity to pay for Leeds, I'm just trying to repay that faith to the fans and the club.
"Yeah we're not having a great time at the moment but I'm genuinely playing for one of the best clubs in this country so by all means 100 per cent, I've made the right choice."
Forshaw added that he wants his teammates to be upbeat. He said: "There's no time to feel sorry for ourselves. Playing for Leeds we need to step up and be counted."
The team Forshaw left behind, Middlesbrough, are in sixth place inside the play-offs while Leeds have slumped to 13th.
Asking whether he regrets the move is perfectly understandable considering, but his response is surely exactly what Leeds fans will want to hear.