Zoltan Gera insists he has no regrets about quitting West Brom for Fulham.
The Baggies entertain Gera and his new team on Saturday and some have again questioned his decision to leave.
But the Hungarian star claims he is more than happy to have made the switch to West London.
"Before the end of last season I knew I wanted to change and go to another club," he said.
"It doesn't matter if the team goes up or stays in the Premier League, I wanted to change club.
"I had played four good years at West Brom, before that I had played four years at Ferencvaros so I just wanted to change and see some new faces.
"That is why I joined Fulham, it was a good decision.
"They way of playing football is the same at both clubs, they both want to play football but here we have better players."
Meanwhile, Fulham boss Roy Hodgson is refusing to panic about their away form despite failing to pick up a victory so far this term.
"We'd had a terrible run but we put it right at the end of last season with
these players," he said.
"In my first 12 or 14 games we had yet another six or seven away defeats to add to the 20-odd that had gone before but we won at Reading, Manchester City and Portsmouth so they can't use that excuse any more.
"We've lost the three this season in all competitions but we won the final
three last season."