Jeremain Lens, who has been called up to the Netherlands squad after 18 months away from the team, said he does not want to return to Sunderland because he feels at home at Fenerbahçe. The winger is on a season-long loan in Turkey after disappointing in his first season in English football. The move to Fenerbahçe is paying dividends for Lens, who has been reunited with Dick Advocaat, the coach who brought him to Wearside. In the last week Lens scored the winning goal in his side's Europa League victory over Manchester United, and was recalled by the Netherlands. Lens is in the squad for the upcoming friendly with Belgium and World Cup qualifier against Luxembourg. Speaking about Sunderland to Voetball International, Lens said: "I feel I no longer belong there. If Fenerbahce want me, I want to stay.
"I am not happy at Sunderland. I have friends within this (Fenerbahçe) team, my relationships with my team-mates are excellent."
In seven matches for Fenerbahçe, Lens has already scored almost as many goals for them as he did in 24 appearances for the Black Cats. Lens has two goals and four assists for Fenerbahçe, as opposed to three and three with Sunderland.
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