Wolfsburg's Brazilian playmaker Diego insisted today he has no regrets about choosing Bundesliga strugglers Wolfsburg to re-launch his career, despite Wolves' poor form this season.
The midfielder quit Juventus at the start of the season after failing to make an impact in Italy and hoped a return to Germany, having already played for Werder Bremen, would boost his career.
But under ex-England manager Steve McClaren, Wolfsburg have struggled for form this season, winning just one of their last eight league games, and are 13th in the league.
"If I had to do things all over again, I would opt to join Wolfsburg every single time," the 25-year-old midfielder told German magazine Sport Bild.
"We have a really good team with big personalities and we should not be 13th. We just lack balance and concentration."
Diego cost Wolfsburg €15million and the Brazil star, who has won 33 caps for his country, has backed under-pressure coach McClaren.
"He's a great coach, we are always well prepared. The problem is not him, but with us players," he said.