Striker Bajram Fetai told a Danish newspaper that he is not happy with his situation at Lyngby and might look into leaving the club in January if other clubs show interest in his services.
Bajram Fetai told Danish newspaper tipsbladet.dk that he is not satisfied with his status at Lyngby due to a lack of playing time. Fetai only made five starts during the first half of the season but saw very little playing time in the last couple of games before the long winter break got underway in Denmark. He mostly came on as a late second half substitute in those games as Lyngby is currently second from bottom on the table with only 12 points after 18 league games.
Fetai mentioned the following to the newspaper, “Of course I’m not happy with my situation at the club. I have talked to coach Niels Frederiksen about it and he explained to me that it often comes down to crucial tactical disposition, and what I should do to get more playing time. I have my offensive strengths but maybe the coach chose another player because they were stronger defensively.”
Bajram has a contract with Lyngby until the summer but he will be allowed to negotiate with other clubs, beginning in January. Fetai added, “My focus is currently at Lyngby. I take it half-season at a time and then set goals for the future. However, if another club shows interest in January, obviously I will look into that.”
Fetai scored three goals for Lyngby during the first half of the season and also returned to the Macedonian squad in the recent friendly against Albania on 15 November in Prilep. To date, Bajram has made three appearances for the senior national team, all in friendlies. He has spent most of his club career in Denmark with Lyngby, Nordsjælland, Silkeborg, and B. 93.