BRYAN Ruiz admits he's disappointed he won't be able to face former club FC Twente tomorrow night.
The Costa Rican hitman misses the Europa League group clash against his old team-mates as he's cup-tied following an appearance for the Dutch outfit in a Champions League qualifier earlier this season.
Fulham's stars have been picking the brains of the £10.6million deadline-day signing, but he reckons Martin Jol will know all about Twente from his time in charge of Ajax.
He said: “One of my nicest memories in football was with Twente. I scored 24 goals, we got 86 points and it was the first title in their history.
“It would have been good to play against them. It's a pity.
“Twente are really good. They keep the ball a lot, which is one of their best qualities, but the trainer Martin [Jol] will know how to play against them.”
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