Fulop eyeing Baggies exit
West Bromwich Albion,
Martin Fulop believes his time in England is at an end after describing his mistakes made for West Brom last weekend as 'atrocious'.
The Hungarian stopper accepts responsibility for all three of Arsenal's goals in the 3-2 defeat to the Gunners at the Hawthorns on Saturday.
The 29-year-old former Sunderland and Spurs 'keeper had only made two Carling Cup appearances for the Baggies since his move from Ipswich last summer prior to last weekend.
The Hungarian's contract expires this summer and West Brom have already confirmed he will not be offered a new deal.
Fulop believes lack of match practice was partly to blame for his display on Saturday and after just three appearances all season he feels his time at West Brom - and in England - is up.
"I can be blamed for all three goals," he told the Birmingham Mail. "I am aware of my ability and I think I made a mistake with the second goal too. My errors for the first and third goals were atrocious.
"I had only played in two League Cup games so I wasn't ready for the big moments in a game.
"But I don't want to look for excuses. It's clear to me that I can be blamed for the defeat.
"It has been my worst season so I will surely leave. I have been in England eight years and I think it's time for a change. My plan is to go where I can be the first-choice goalkeeper."