Albert Adomah has hit out at Nottingham Forest after being forced to return to his parent club following dispute with Cardiff City.
The 32-year-old has ended his loan spell with the Bluebirds after joining them in January.
Cardiff City boss Neil Harris, who is a key admirer of the Ghanaian winger, had hoped to tie him down until the end of the season.
But a dispute between City and Forest which ended ugly means the wideman has been recalled by his parent club.
While City boss Neil Harris has aimed a dig at Nottingham Forest over the handling of the matter, the former Ghana international feels disappointed with the turn of events.
Responding to a post on a Nottingham Forest fan Instagram account on Tuesday, Adomah said: "[It's] Simple: I can't play if I come back. They shouldn't have loaned me out in the first place.
"Now i'm helping another club, Forest are playing hard ...
"Guys, please remember one thing: I did not want to leave Forest. Fact!
"Sometimes players get treated like... Before you leave any comments, please thing carefully."
Adomah played his last game for Cardiff City in their 0-0 stalemate against Charlton Athletic on Wednesday.