He remains unhappy at his treatment under the 60 year old at Upton Park and has given way to his Boleyn frustrations.
Speaking to South London Today he said: “I wasn’t first choice. I gave everything in training but it wasn’t enough for the manager.
“It was unfair because before I came to West Ham I was in the France squad for the European Championships in 2012 and playing in the Champions League.
‘My past was good. I played a lot of good games before I signed. But I wasn’t first choice at West Ham – I don’t know if it would’ve been different with a different manager.
“I have a new chance to play now. West Ham was not my fault – I gave everything.’