Radet looks for Auxerre exit

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By Patrick Haond
Full back Johan Radet has revealed he plans to quit Auxerre next summer after admitting his discontent with his current salary.

Radet is under contract at Stade Abbe Deschamps until 2005 but he is prepared to leave Guy Roux's side at the end of the season.

The 26-year-old has spent his entire career with Auxerre but has only established himself as a first team regular over the past three seasons.

He is happy with his achievements under Roux but feels it is time to seek pastures new after becoming frustrated with his wages, compared to his team-mates.

"I am almost 27-years-old," Radet told L'Equipe. "It seems important for me to reach a new level, to discover something new.

"Here at Auxerre, people sometimes treat us as little kids.

"I absolutely don't want to complain but I am one of the players with the worst wages in the team. That is why I refused to extend my deal here.

"In the worst case I will terminate my contract here. If I have to leave next summer, it will depend on the opportunities and above all on AJA's agreement.

"I have never regretted choosing this club. My aim was to one day become a first team member in Le Championnat and I succeeded."