Chelsea youngster Charly Musonda has been told a return to Belgium would help his career.
The 21-year-old has made just four league appearances for Celtic since joining the Scottish club on loan in January.
And former Belgium goalkeeper Wim De Coninck believes Musonda should consider a return to his homeland.
"He has a hard time getting through everywhere," De Coninck told HLN.be.
"In Spain the start was very good, but after that things went quiet. I can imagine the Scottish competition is even more difficult for him because that style of football does not suit him at all. He is just too much of a gallery player.
"It is, of course, his profile. He must above all have individual actions and is not really a passer or a finisher. Still, he has to try to become more of a team player.
"He went to Chelsea too fast, I think. It will not be easy to break through in London because of the cut-throat competition.
"Why not return to Belgium? For example, AA Gent would suit him well. Samuel Kalu and Moses Simon are a bit of the same types. He would fit in well with their system."