Club Brugge have completed the signing of 29-year-old Danish defender Brian Priske from Portsmouth.
Priske played a key role in Pompey's survival last season
Priske moved on a four-year deal after one season with Pompey following a switch from Genk in the summer of 2005.
And the defender revealed that he was unhappy Pompey boss Harry Redknapp did not play him more often.
"In England there is a good match each week. But I had problems with the manager. I want to play every game," Priske told Het Laatste Nieuws.
Priske was told he could leave after Pompey signed Glen Johnson from Chelsea on a season-long loan.
The Dane made 33 appearances for Portsmouth.
Brugge finished third in the Jupiler League last season and qualified for this term's Uefa Cup.
The defender said he was looking forward to a return to Belgium to be among familiar faces.
"Koen Daerden was a great friend of mine at Genk. He has been at Brugge for a month already and he knows the club," he said.
"And the other players are easy too when it comes to making contact."