Newcastle defender Lubomir Satka has joined FC DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda after accepting his time at St James Park is over.

The 21 year old says that he was hoping for more opportunities when Newcastle dropped into the Championship and turned down a move to FC DAC 1904 in the summer.

However, now he has joined on loan to the Slovakian club to the end of the season and effectively called time on his Newcastle career, as his contract comes to an end in June.

His only first team performance came in the FA Cup defeat at Leicester in January 2015 and went out to York City on loan last season to try and progress his career in England.

Lubomir Satka taking to FC DAC 1904 official website:

“I left home at sixteen, knowing that I would have to sacrifice time with family and friend and I do not regret it.

“Those five years gave me a lot of experience and the opportunity to train with top players, whether it was Ben Arfa, Cabaye, Demba Ba or Collocini.

“I was on the bench in the Premier League, I entered in the FA Cup against Leicester, which was also a great experience.

“Overall, I had the opportunity to see what is football abroad. I met great guys and great coaches such as Alan Pardew. “

“DAC approached me in the summer, but I believed in the Championship I would get more opportunity.

“Unfortunately, the new coach did not give much opportunity, so I am happy to have answered the call of DAC. After five years abroad, I look forward to coming home.

“I know that there are excellent conditions, a new stadium, fans go to games and create a great atmosphere. I’m looking forward greatly to the league and the new challenge.”