Scott Sinclair was starved of chances to start games at Manchester City and will be hoping the move to West Bromwich Albion will get his career back on track.
West Brom head coach Steve Clarke said the arrival of the winger ‘was like a breath of fresh air’ and Sinclair also expressed his joy at the move to join the Baggies.
Sinclair said he has settled in at the club and stated that his will focus on enjoying the game and concentrate on being happy on and off the pitch.
The winger will be relishing the challenge ahead of him at his new club. He told The Daily Mail: "I can't wait to prove myself at West Brom. I just wish I could have shown the City fans what I'm capable of." Sinclair says his only regret at City was not being able to show the fans what he was about.
Speaking about his time at City Sinclair said: "You get so frustrated when you are building yourself up to play and then don’t. But there are world-class players at Manchester City and was going to be difficult to break in."
When speaking about old manager Mancini, Sinclair claims that their relationship was fraught and the two did not always see eye to eye. Sinclair accuses Mancini with toying with his career and was unhappy that he was not given a fighting chance to prove himself at the club.
Sinclair said: "Its things in the background, when Mancini didn't give me a chance, which he did not.
"I even asked him ‘why did you bring me in if you're not going to give me a chance. You've given me no game time to show what I'm about, and he couldn't really answer the question.
"As a player, if you're not getting a chance to play then you are going to see the manager and ask him what is needed. So I did see him a few times, and we had our differences, but that's football."
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