Two senior appearances in over five years at Chelsea... it's no wonder Charly Musonda is upset.
Now 20-years-old, the Belgian is growing frustrated with his lack of game time having been recalled from his loan spell at Real Betis in January by Antonio Conte.
His sole appearance for Chelsea came in the EFL Cup against Nottingham Forest last month, where he played well and even got on the scoresheet.
But that wasn't enough to impress his manager. Conte recalled Musonda nine months ago not knowing whether he was going to keep or sell him, so he chose the easy option.
Now, Musonda spends his time on the bench or in the stands, waiting for his next opportunity to show what he's capable of.
It would appear he's had enough, though. In an angry rant on Instagram, which has since been deleted, the attacking midfielder blasted his club for not rewarding hard work.
"You sacrifice, you work hard, harder, you give more than what's expected, and often more than you can, because you love what you do and clearly more than you should," Musonda wrote.
"And what do you get back? Literally nothing... done."
Chelsea have since addressed Musonda's cryptic post by telling him he must prove that he's worthy of first-team action. Can't imagine that went down very well.
Musonda is clearly a talented youngster and he's so confident in his ability that he believes he should be playing for Chelsea more often.
So too does his brother, Lamisha Musonda, apparently.
Lamisha plays for UE Llagostera in Spain's Segunda Division B and now he's given his take on his sibling's situation at Chelsea, albeit through another deleted Instagram comment.
In response to brother Charly's post, Lamisha destroyed Chelsea by saying they wouldn't even notice Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi if they were in their academy.
He wrote in the deleted comment below: "It's starting to look like they wouldn't know what they have if they had Ronaldo or Messi coming out of the academy. Smh."
LAMISHA TEARS INTO CHELSEA
No wonder Lamisha deleted his comment on his brother's post, although he may have a point.
Should Charly eventually part ways with Chelsea due to a lack of game time, he would follow in the footsteps of Romelu Lukaku and Kevin De Bruyne.
Lukaku and De Bruyne are both Belgian and now world-class players in their own right at Manchester United and Manchester City respectively, suggesting history could be about to repeat itself.