Bryan Ruiz feels he can still have a future at Fulham.
The Costa Rica midfielder is currently on-loan with PSV Eindhoven.
He told Het Nieuwsblad: "Martin Jol, the manager who signed me, was sacked and I asked his successor, Rene Meulensteen, if he still needed me.
"I was thinking about the World Cup. I had to play, but Meulensteen made me feel as though I wasn't part of his plans.
"I thought I could still help the team, but he had other thoughts - although I still rate him as a manager.
"Was Fulham the wrong choice? No. My first year was difficult but I played well in my second season. This season the whole team was struggling.
"I still think I am a player built for the Premier League. I can't say that Fulham didn't play the football I prefer, but I can't say the opposite either. But if you are fighting against relegation, sometimes you forget to play football. Then you get typical English football, which suits me less.
"I don't exclude a return to Fulham, as they can still save themselves. London is a fantastic city."
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