Dickson Etuhu is resigned to leaving Fulham at the end of the season, according to reports from Nigeria.

The Nigerian international highlighted his poor relationship with Martin Jol as one of the reasons why he will be moving on from Craven Cottage.

“Obviously, all is not well with me and the club manager and I think I should be heading out of the club at the end of the season,” Etuhu told MTNFootball.com. “I cannot tell you right now where I would be heading to, but I am presently focused on helping Fulham get a European spot for next season as I am still a player of the club.”

The former Sunderland midfielder has struggled for first-team football under Martin Jol and dropped further down the pecking order after Fulham brought in Mahamadou Diarra earlier this month. Etuhu, a regular under Roy Hodgson and Mark Hughes, hasn’t featured for the Whites since the win at QPR in February. The 29 year-old has made 81 appearances for Fulham and was part of the side that reached the 2010 Europa League final.