Banned QPR midfielder Joey Barton has revealed he offered to rescind his contract after copping his 12-match suspension.
Barton has revealed he hopes to resume his career in France at Olympique Marseille.
He tweeted: "Not gonna cry about it. Maybe it's just time to move on. I enjoyed parts of last season and believe I am more than capable of playing this year. But the manager doesn't. Such is life.
"I have no problem with this as its my fault I am banned for 12 (10 now) games. When a person (makes) a decision he has to stand by that. I respect Hughes for this. I don't agree but accept his decision.
"I am not the type of player to sit on the sidelines and take the cash. It's not me. I could do that for the next 3 years but it's not me. I want to play football.
"Hopefully, the QPR fans will accept that. I offered to resign from the club/contract when I got my ban. (owner) @tonyfernandes (vice chairman) @Amit-Bhatia99 will testify that I am telling the truth.
"I accepted my punishment from the FA and the club for my behaviour against Man City like a man.
"I could of appealed as is my right. I choose not to out of respect. But when I returned to the club. I am forced to train away from the 1st team. I am stripped of the captaincy. Then, made to train at 3pm. Then, I am hawked around on loan.
"Then, I have my shirt number taken without any notice. Then, I read I wouldn't of been signed had the current regime been in place.
"I accepted all this. I never once spoke out of turn or angrily towards anybody. I am a man. I can only take so much. I want to leave.
"I hope to move on with my career, with my life. If that is in France, so be it. I don't want to be disrespectful to QPR but enough is enough
"Good night people. I've said enough for today. I'll get in trouble. No doubt. But this is how it is. This is life!"