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"He doesn't work hard enough for me, either in training or matches. Not just recently either," fumed Souness.
"I don't want to talk about him any more.
"If nothing changes, I seriously think to talk about my case with the officials," the wide man told France Football.
"I want to talk with them to take a true decision.
"I want to know if they still rely on me.
"Indeed, I have contacts. The clubs are not stupid! They can see I don't play a lot but, when I play, I am good.
"People talked about Valencia, but there are other clubs that follow me in that country.
"I made one good pass to Kieron [Dyer] and I scored one goal and I am happy," Robert told the Newcastle Evening Chronicle.
"I think this proved that I want to play for Newcastle and perhaps this is a new chance for me. I respect the manager and I hope he will give me my chance again in the future.
Newcastle wide man Laurent Robert has launched a fresh attack on manager Graeme Souness.
The exciting but temperamental Frenchman has seen himself frozen out of late and was most recently on the bench in Thursday's Uefa Cup clash with Heerenveen.
Robert came on as a substitute to some effect in that game but has now lamented the fact he did not start.
Graeme Souness was delighted with Newcastle's 1-0 win over Liverpool, with special praise reserved for Laurent Robert.
The French winger was the match-winner against The Reds with a superb free kick that young keeper Scott Carson could only get his finger tips too.
"It was a good win for us today," said Souness. "I thought for the first 20 minutes Liverpool were better than us but after that we did a lot better.