Hungarian star Akos Buzsaky regrets turning down Bristol City
Akos Buzsaky has admitted turning down the chance to join Bristol City was a mistake.
The Championship club targeted the Hungarian international last summer after he left Premier League Queens Park Rangers.
Then Robins-manager Derek McInnes held talks with the midfielder, who was offered a two-year deal at Ashton Gate.
But Buzsaky rejected the terms, fearing City would spend the season fighting relegation, and ended up playing for Portsmouth in League One.
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He subsequently left Fratton Park to move to Barnsley on a short-term deal, but was released in January and has since sustained a knee injury which will keep him out of action for the remainder of this season.
Buzsaky told Nemzeti Sport: "QPR offered me a one-year extension (last summer) but I wanted first team football so I rejected the contract.
"Subsequently, I realise that I should have penned that deal but as always I stand by that decision."
"It was another wrong decision to say no to Bristol City, who offered me a two-year contract with good conditions. But I didn't want to fight against relegation."