Omar Daley felt “betrayed” that he could not stay with City.

Daley is loving life in Scotland after hooking up again with Stuart McCall at Motherwell.

But the Jamaican will always regret that he had to leave Valley Parade – and the bitter manner of his departure.

Daley, who will be up against Steve Williams today on the defender’s Inverness debut, said: “I’d come in to the club to sign a two-year contract just before I went home to Jamaica.

“But then I got told that Peter Jackson was no longer interested in keeping me.

“He’d brought me back from Rotherham and after I scored against Aldershot, he gave me his word that I would be looked after at the end of the season.

“I felt he betrayed me a little bit when that didn’t happen. That’s football but it is not a nice feeling.”

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