SCOTT Sinclair has accused Swansea City fans of having "short memories" after they booed him at West Brom.
Swansea's 2011 play-off final hero was jeered by sections of the visiting support when Michael Laudrup's men won 2-0 at The Hawthorns back in September.
Sinclair was a huge success during two seasons at the Liberty, scoring 27 goals in 2010-11 to help Swansea into the Premier League and then netting another eight times as they survived in the following campaign.
The wideman scored his last senior goal under Laudrup at the start of last season before joining Manchester City in a £6.2 million deal.
When asked about the Swansea fans' hostile reaction to him, Sinclair said: "I really don’t know why they booed me, I’d obviously left and they wanted me to stay.
"Some fans have short memories, they don’t realise what you did for the club and understand why you left.
"Sometimes your decisions don’t work out but it was quite a shame some of the Swansea fans did it.
"I was so happy for them when they won the League Cup this year and I loved every minute of my time there.
"I got some stick and I’m sure when we go to the Liberty I'll get booed again but I'm just focused on doing well for Albion and getting back to the level I was at with Swansea."