Graham, on-loan at Hull from Sunderland, has seen the goals dry up since leaving Swansea.
"I never regret anything in football," he said. "You have your ups and your downs and you take it, that's how it is. It is easy when the goals are flying in and stuff, but I made that decision and I stand by it.
"The move was down to the amount of games I was playing.
"I waited my time and then I got back in the team in January and scored four in four games. Then I didn't play against Everton away and he (Michael Laudrup) played (winger) Nathan Dyer up front. I thought then my face didn't fit with the new manager.
"I felt in my own mind it was time to move on. I was 27 at the time and I want to play football, I don't want to sit around, even though I sat around for a few months waiting for my chance and felt I took it when it came. It was basically down to that."
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