Peter Odemwingie has once again taken to Twitter to criticise West Bromwich Albion over their reluctance to sell him to Queens Park Rangers.
The Nigerian striker made his desire to join the R's this month known last week when he handed in a transfer request at The Hawthorns.
However, as yet, the Baggies have refused to part with the 31-year-old and are thought to have rejected a recent offer from QPR.
In a lengthy outburst on Twitter, Odemwingie revealed that he had previously been denied transfers away from the Black Country-based club, while also admitting that his loyalty has been tested to the limit.
"Offer came, everybody knows. I ask club what they think? Answer - not now. Maybe summer. I ask- or is it tactics to get more money? Answer - we have enough now there is no [price] for you. We need you," he wrote. "I say ok. What's the prise for summer ? We will tell you after the window closes. I say - I have served the club well and deserve at least to have a prise now so I can plan my probably last move in England.
"Don't want another summer window not knowing what will happen cos now I ll have to move my little son elsewhere. after all I have contributed to the clubs success last two seasons I hoped to at least get a low prise. Answer- talk later.
"Last season January window is when I should have handed in transfer request. Was one foot in Rubin Kazan - not for sale. Fulham. Not for sale. Newcastle. Not for sale. Wigan. Not for sale.
"Loyalty left 70%. The rest they stole out of my pocket thinking I was keeping money in there."
Odemwingie joined West Brom from Lokomotiv Moscow in 2010.