Pawel Brozek has hit out at Celtic boss Neil Lennon after his nightmare loan spell at the Glasgow club came to an end.
The 29-year-old had been struggling to get games for Turkish outfit Trabzonspor and feared his lack of action would end his chances of making the Poland Euro 2012 squad.
With Celtic in the market for a striker, Brozek was hoping to make his temporary switch a permanent one when he moved to the Scottish champions in January.
But after only two appearances as a sub and just one start for the club, Brozek aired his unhappiness towards Lennon after leaving and will not feature against Hearts on the last day of the season.
"Things did not work out for me as planned," Brozek told the Daily Record. "I changed club as I wanted to play as much as possible.
"I do not want to complain about any of the other players or say that the coach did not like me and that is why he did not choose to put me on the pitch.
"But the facts are there that Neil Lennon promised me something and then another thing happened afterwards.
"I did not get many opportunities from him and I was left dry of games."
Despite his fears, Brozek has been included in the provisional 26-man Poland squad for the tournament in his homeland this summer.
Poland boss Frantisek Smuda appears to have not been put off by his lack of games this season and Brozek will join up with his international team-mates this weekend in a training session in Turkey.
"I saw it on the TV that I was included," Brozek added. "I had a lot of concerns because I did not play regularly at Celtic but I was being told by people that I would be included.
"It is not for me to say that I am included fully because the coach has not taken the squad down to the final 23 players yet.
"Only when I find myself in that final group will I be sure of being at the Euros."
And Polish boss Smuda is hoping that Brozek repays his faith shown in him with goals in the tournament. He said: "Brozek has been for years one of our most talented strikers.
"He has scored goals against Argentina, Mexico and Hungary and, with three weeks to prepare, he will be able to enter the finals of Euro 2012 and show his class."