Swansea City winger Scott Sinclair has insisted he made the right move to leave Chelsea for the South Wales side and has no regrets about what could have been, ESPN
The former Blues man was regarded as one of the club’s brightest prospects, but failed to secure regular first-team football whilst at Stamford Bridge. Sinclair was sent to Swansea on loan and made the deal permanent in 2010, helping the South Wales side to the Premier League. Chelsea are still close to Sinclair’s heart and he refused to celebrate his goal against the Blues on Tuesday.
Sinclair felt that he was not part of the team at Chelsea and was frustrated with the club loaning him out six times. The 22 year old has been one of the Premier League’s best players and has seven goals to his total. Chelsea dropped two points at the Liberty Stadium and left themselves 12 points off the top of the table, but Sinclair is only concerned with playing full games at Swansea rather than odd appearances at Stamford Bridge.
‘I’d much rather be at Swansea playing every week than at Chelsea where I only played 10 minutes here and there. My Chelsea time was very frustrating. I was loaned out six times and never felt part of it. I was a member of the squad that won the FA Cup but even in the dressing room with the trophy I didn’t feel part of the team’, Sinclair said.
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