Former Norwich City boss Chris Hughton says that he is "immensely proud" to have managed the club, but admits that he is disappointed to have not been given the chance to see the season out.
Hughton was dismissed this week with just five games of the campaign left to play and was replaced by youth team coach Neil Adams.
A 1-0 defeat to West Brom proved to be the final straw as fans voiced their frustrations from the stands.
Chief Executive David McNally said this week that the club had "no choice" but to relieve Hughton of his duties after a run of four losses in six games, and seven straight away defeats.
Today, Hughton released a statement on the League Managers Association website giving his side of the story.
Meanwhile, the LMA Chief Executive Richard Bevan said that he was frustrated at the timing of the sacking.