Spanish striker Paco Alcacer has only played 27 games with the Black and Yellow, scoring four goals in the process.
Spanish forward Paco Alcacer moved to Borussia Dortmund on loan in the summer of 2018.
And 12 months later, his services were bought by the Black and Yellow, but he is hopeful he can have more playing time with the German Bundesliga club.
“I do not like to sit on the bench because I’m a very ambitious person,” Alcacer was quoted by Goal.
“I’m a happy, funny person, but when I’m sitting on the bench, I do not like anything anymore, then I’m a complicated guy, which I do not like.”
The Spaniard said: “In almost two years I have not started three consecutive games.”
“We were so close to winning a big title – and in a relatively easy way. Football has its own funny moods and we did not make it.”
“I try to help with my goals and that we can climb one more place in the table,” he concluded.
Our boys comfortably won our test match this morning against FC Zurich! ☑️
⚽️ Sancho (10.')
⚽️ Delaney (32.')
⚽️ Alcacer (40.')
⚽️ Alcacer (45.')
⚽️ Sancho (56.')
⚽️ Sancho (85.') pic.twitter.com/1zQ5eIVlCo
— Borussia Dortmund (@BlackYellow) July 30, 2019