Fenerbahce striker Daniel Guiza has sensationally labeled his decision to join the Turkish club as 'a mistake' and hopes to return to Spain in the January transfer window.
The 29-year-old joined Fenerbahce at the beginning of last season to team up with former Spanish national coach Luis Aragones after a sparkling campaign with Real Mallorca in which he scored 27 goals in just 36 games.
Guiza had been linked with a move to other La Liga teams such as Sevilla and Villarreal, as well as English sides Liverpool and Tottenham, but chose to link up with Aragones in Turkey.
However, after netting 22 goals in 57 games for Sari Kanaryalar, Guiza has risked the wrath of the fans by publically stating the move was 'a mistake' and expressing his immediate desire to return to his homeland.
Pulling no punches, he was quoted by Turkiye as saying: "I've decided to go home. I am not happy in Turkey and it was a mistake to come here.
"I have received offers from some clubs, but my desire is to return to Spain to continue my career."
Guiza has fallen behind Sevilla marksman Alvaro Negredo in the international pecking order and believes he needs to move back to La Liga to obtain a place in Vicente Del Bosque's Spain squad for the World Cup.