Jason Davidson talks about his brief time at West Brom

The former West Bromwich Albion player has been honest about his time at the club.

Jason Davidson has been talking to SBS’s The World Game about leaving West Bromwich Albion this summer.

The 23-year-old left The Hawthorns at the end of the recent campaign and he is now said to be considering offers from four European clubs.

West Brom signed Davidson last summer from Dutch club Heracles Almelo on a two-year contract, but he was rarely seen thereafter, making just five senior appearances and not featuring in the Premier League after August.

Despite having another year on his Baggies deal, Davidson left the club this summer and he has been honest in his assessment of his time in England.

“Sometimes coaches love you and sometimes you don’t fit their style and you have to respect that and we mutually agreed to move on,” Davidson said.

“I think West Brom respected me as a person and as a player and to not waste my time they allowed me the opportunity to see where I go for next season.”

When Davidson arrived at West Brom Alan Irvine was in charge but Tony Pulis would later take over and a change in manager can always be hard for recent arrivals who have not yet had the chance to impress.

Despite that, the Australia international is still young enough and talented enough to make a success of himself elsewhere.

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