Tomasz Radzinski admitted he wished he scored more goals for Fulham after the striker was released by the London club.
The Canadian international scored 17 goals in 116 appearances, 31 as a substitute, after joining from Everton in the summer of 2004. He told the club’s official website: “I would like to thank the fans for their support during the time I have been at the club. It’s been a really fantastic past few years.
“Naturally I was disappointed I didn’t score more goals for Fulham because that was definitely something I came here to do.But I played in a slightly different position, so that didn’t allow me as many chances but I had a good run and played over 100 games so I was always in there.”