Asamoah Gyan left Sunderland in 2011
Ghana striker Asamoah Gyan insists he has no regrets leaving the Premier League for his adventure in the United Arab Emirates.
The Black Stars captain joined Al Ain in a surprise big money move initially on loan from Sunderland in 2011.
The 27-year-old made his move permanent after excelling in his loan spell the season after and has since not looked back.
Gyan has been criticized heavily for his move with his critics suggesting he quit the much more competitive English Premier League for a sub-standard championship in the UAE primarily for money.
But the former Rennes and Udinese striker says he has no regrets at all over the decision he took to leave Sunderland who paid a club record in excess of £13m to secure his services in 2010.
“I don’t regret quitting the English Premier League at all,” Gyan told reporters.
“I am comfortable and happy there, and most importantly I deliver when I come to the Black Stars.
“My decision to move to the Arab w...