DANY N'Guessan has hit out at Millwall's "long ball" style following his deadline day move to Swindon Town.
N'Guessan's contract with the Lions was cancelled by mutual consent, allowing him to join the Robins until the end of the season on a free transfer.
And the controversial forward, who fell out with ex-manager Kenny Jackett and a large proportion of the club's fans, says he immediately feels happier with the Robins.
But he has fired a parting shot at the Lions by claiming that League One Swindon play a better brand of football than Steve Lomas' side.
He said: "Swindon play on the grass and that is football. We call it foot-ball and they play football. The biggest teams in the world – Barcelona, Bayern Munich – they all play on the grass. They don't play in the air.
"I think at Millwall, I feel it was more about long ball and chasing the ball. When I saw it this morning [in training] at Swindon it was nice football and I am excited.
"It is a lot different, there's a good feeling when you come somewhere and you know the club wants you. You know you're going to be part of their plans.
"At the moment I'm very happy with my choice. I've had a tough year and I think it started when I wanted to go to Charlton. I had a good time there on loan and I wanted to go back there permanently.
"I think my situation [with the fans] started from there because Charlton and Millwall have quite a big rivalry.
"I am not feeling sorry for myself because this can happen to everyone. Sometimes you just have to stay strong and take one step back to take two forwards.
"Fans can think what they want, Millwall fans can think what they want but it was my career as well. I didn't have that much of a chance when I was there. I just wanted to play football."