The Israel international is now on a loan deal with De Graafschap and said: "I realised I'd have a hard time making the starting XI but I never thought I wouldn't even get a chance.
"It wasn't very professional. In training camp, Harry Redknapp said he was pleased with me and promised to give me a shot. But I didn't play one minute. It annoyed me.
"It doesn't matter whether Peter Crouch played better or worse. He always played."