Raheem Sterling has become somewhat of a hate figure for the majority of Liverpool fans.
The twenty year old was involved in a high profile transfer saga at Anfield over the Summer in which he reportedly rejected a £100,000 a week contract before forcing through a £49 million move to Manchester City.
It was not Sterling's first instance of petulance, the winger had previously refused to play for England against Estonia last year claiming he was too tired to represent his country, prompting England fans to turn on the Winger.
Even Ireland fans seemed to take a disliking to Manchester City man, they greeted him with a chorus of boo's every time he touched the ball during Ireland's 0-0 with England over the Summer.
The negativity would have been coming from Irish based Liverpool fans who were fed up with the want away winger.
However it seems Sterling has grown quite the thick skin through all his controversies and he said he isn't fazed by the travelling circus of boo boys which follows him around, Irish fans included.
They (Irish fans) were entitled to their opinion and my opinion was that I thought it was time for me to move on.
It was difficult with all the negativity around you. No one likes to hear the negatives, you want to hear positives all the time.
I thought (the move) at the time was right for me and my heart was saying that is what I should do. That is what I have done and I have no regrets
Sterling also added that he found it difficult coping with some of the abuse he'd been receiving but has managed to put it behind him.
No one likes to hear the negatives, you want to hear positives all the time.
I tried to spend time with my daughter and mum and make the day go like that. I tried to not read into it too much.
My family helped me get through it and now I am just really happy where I am.