Belhadj eyes English return

Algerian has 'unfinished business' in Premier League

Belhadj: Enjoyed his time with Portsmouth and would be interested in returning to English football

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Former Portsmouth wide-man Nadir Belhadj has set his sights on a move back to the Premier League.

The versatile Algerian, who can play at left-back or on the wing, spent two seasons at Fratton Park from 2008 to 2010.

He left to join Al-Sadd in Qatar following Pompey's relegation to the Championship and remains under contract for nearly two more years.

However, he was linked with a return to England this summer and admits that is something he would like to happen in the future.

No different

"My contract here expires in June 2013," Belhadj, who has been connected with a move to Queens Park Rangers, told skysports.com.

"For me I have unfinished business with the Premier League. I loved my time at Portsmouth.

"Yes, we got relegated but we played in the final of an FA Cup and we almost won that cup. We missed a penalty before Chelsea scored the winning goal.

"I have a contract here as I said so if a club want me they have to agree a fee with Al-Sadd and I will talk with them, but all players love the Premier League, I am no different."