Wilfred Bony describes lack of playing time at Stoke as “crazy”
Stoke City forward Wilfred Bony has become exasperated with the state of affairs at the club where he has not featured since last year -December 27- despite being fit.
“When you hear everything is fine and you don’t play, it’s crazy,” he said.
The striker who is on loan to the Potters from Manchester City has scored 2 goals in 11 appearances.
Speaking to the BBC’s World Football programme, the Ivory Coast international added: “It is more than difficult. This is something that I want to know why, the coach told me I’m training very well and my attitude is very good. It doesn’t make sense. It’s painful.”
Bony has had a difficult time over the last two years after joining City from Swansea £28m in January 2015, but still believes in his ability to succeed again in the Premier League and turned down a lucrative deal to China in the winter transfer window.
He added: “My agent told me there was an offer but I refused to go because my plan is to stay in the UK to show more – to show that I’m not at the end.”