Brentford new-boy Marcus Bean wants to put a nightmare two years behind him - and has 'nothing good to say' about Blackpool.
The 23-year-old became Andy Scott's third summer signing this week when he was snapped up following his release by Blackpool.
It brought an end to an unhappy stint with the Seasiders, where Bean failed to make a single appearance for the Championship outfit this season, and was shipped out on loan to League Two Rotherham for the first half of the campaign.
He made just 23 starts in all for the Lancashire-based club, and the former QPR midfielder was quick to fire a parting shot at Blackpool boss Simon Grayson.
He said: "I wasn't successful there, and I'm just glad to be leaving, to be honest.
"I've got nothing good to say about the club. I felt I wasn't given a fair crack of the whip while I was there.
"I found myself frozen out without much explanation, and the gaffer was never really honest with me."
For the full inteview with Bean see this week's Hounslow Chronicle.