Aston Villa loan man Robert Snodgrass has said that ‘whatever happens’ with his future, the wide man has enjoyed his spell at the club despite failing to achieve promotion with the Midlands club.

Taking to Instagram (below), the West Ham loanee said: “Devastated to lose, we tried for you and it wasn’t enough, I am gutted we didn’t achieve our goal, but I am delighted I got the chance to play for this terrific club and thank everybody from fans players and staff from day one making me feel at home. Whatever happens I have loved pulling on that jersey and met some great people @avfcofficial”.

 

Snodgrass made 41 appearances under Steve Bruce during his time with the club and the Scotsman quickly became a fan favourite with the Villa faithful.

Bruce had made it clear that he wanted to sign Snodgrass on a permanent basis once the season had come to an end, but their failure to reach the Premier League may hinder a potential move.

In his spell with Villa, Snodgrass scored 8 goals, as well as registering 13 assists.

He had been a vital part of Villa’s campaign which saw them cruelly denied in the Playoffs by Fulham.

It is unlikely that Snodgrass will feature again for West Ham and he could be looking for a new club again during the summer.

His impressive performances would not have gone unnoticed, and he could be a man in demand during the transfer window.

Villa will be keen to secure his services again next season, but they could face stiff competition to land the playmaker.

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