Arsenal midfielder Alexander Hleb has criticised his manager Arsene Wenger and fellow Gunner Cesc Fabregas in what is being seen as an attempt to engineer a move away from the London club.
The Belarus international has been openly courting a move away from the Emirates and was strongly linked with a move to Serie A champions Inter Milan earlier this year.
But no transfer has yet to materialise and attacking midfielder is still an Arsenal player. Speaking to The Sun, Hleb spoke about his relationship with the Arsene Wenger and Cesc Fabregas.
'My view of how I should be playing didn't coincide with the manager's,' Hleb told The Sun.
'I told him last season I wanted to leave and think he was quite upset about it. But ask him. It may turn out he's happy to see me go.
Hleb also had few kind words for star midfielder Fabregas: 'When we get scoring opportunities, Fabregas is much more selfish than me,' he is quoted as saying. 'Given a chance to shoot, he always goes for it - unlike me.'