Dinamo Moscow manager Dan Petrescu insists he was happy to retain the services of winger Balazs Dzsudzsak in January.

The 26-year old Hungary international was being tracked by both Liverpool and Inter Milan during the winter transfer window but Petrescu was able to keep him in Russia.

"Balazs is a class player who is very useful for the team and I'm not surprised he is wanted by the top teams, but this is a good place for him to be," the former Chelsea star said.

"He's a really outstanding player and many top teams would like him to be in their squad. That's why I wanted him to stay with us."

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