Gpsurning, who has made 52 league appearances since his arrival, admitted it was disappointing but says he will not waver in his approach as the playoffs get near.
"I feel all right. Of course I'm not happy with the situation, but as long as I think about it, I don't want to make a comment on the decision," he said.
"It's up to the coach. I just can say I'm proud of what I've done in these two years to now, with the personal success I've had and with the team.
"Of course I have established myself as one of the best 'keepers, I think, in the league, and you expect from a goalkeeper with this quality that he's making a couple of saves sometimes that we don't expect. Of course I expect this, too, so these two games I didn't make the saves.
"I can't change it, and I'm looking forward. As I've said before, it doesn't mean now anything about my quality. I think we didn't take the result as a team. In my opinion, the only thing I can do now is look forward and give the best in practice."
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