STRONG WORDS from the Dublin man.
Ireland international Alan Judge has spoken out after it was emerged that he has played his last game at Ipswich Town.
The 32-year-old has started 29 games for Ipswich this season and one more start would trigger a one-year extension, which the club are not willing to offer.
Judge, despite being fit, will now not play for the rest of the season.
After fans questioned why this was the case, he took to social media to shed some light on the situation, and explain how he feels about it all.
He said: "Now that I've had a few days to think and to just let things settle.
"With the last year that I've had this is not the way I wanted to end my time at Ipswich town but this is football. In all honesty nothing surprises me anymore in this industry.
"I was made aware of my contract situation on Thursday morning that if I played one more game from the start my contract would be extended. We both came to the agreement there was no point in risking our positions from both side's perspective.
"Me and my family have built up a great life here and met some lovely people at Ipswich in and out of the club. We have thoroughly enjoyed living in Suffolk.
"We now await our next adventure wherever that may take us."
We're sure some good clubs will be in for him ahead of next season.