West Ham United allowed Martin Samuelsen to go out on loan to Peterborough United during the 2015/16 season and in the summer of 2016, the winger joined Blackburn Rovers on another short term deal.

However, the Norway international’s time at Ewood Park was cut short due to the limited playing time and he returned to the London club after less than three months.

During his time with Blackburn Rovers, the 22-year-old made only one start and played for 70 minutes across three appearances in the Championship.

Samuelsen is currently on loan at Norwegian side Haugesund and he sat down for an interview with TV2.

The player has had loan spells at six clubs since 2015 and while responding to question about the lowest point so far in his career. He said: “I was in Blackburn and was promised an important role in the team (by manager Owen Coyle).”

“I got the number 11 shirt. Then I didn’t even come out in the first three matches. Not one minute on the pitch. Then it was tough.”

In 2015, the Hammers signed Samuelsen from Manchester City’s academy, where he spent three years. The player admitted that he’s had “very tough years” during his time with the Premier League winners.