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"On more than one occasion I just wanted to drive to the airport and jump on the first plane home," said Kezman.
"My wife and I were struggling desperately with the situation. I even remember saying to myself, 'If this doesn't change by January, I will have to find myself a new club'.
"I had to tell him (Mourinho) how I was feeling. It is not in my nature to keep quiet. I knew if I was burdened by unhappiness it would eventually go terribly wrong for me on the pitch.
"I wasn't frightened to approach Mourinho, we talk a lot anyway, so I didn't find it too difficult to have showdown talks with him.
"I'm pleased to say he immediately calmed me down and said, 'Don't worry, it will work out. I have immense confidence in your ability as a striker'."