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Former Finn Harps striker Sean McCarron has admitted he would love to go back to Finn Park and would jump at the chance of a return if the opportunity arose. McCarron left Finn Harps in the off season and joined then Irish League champions Cliftonville FC.McCarron admitted it was tough to leave Harps but felt the opportunity to move to the Belfast club was just too good to turn down. However, the move turned sour and McCarron now regrets making the switch to Solitude.In an exclusive interview with Donegal Daily, McCarron revealed his ambition to return to Finn Park.McCarron said, “Look from the outside looking in it probably looks terrible, Harps are flying and I’m making noises about going back now things didn’t work out for me at Cliftonville.“But I genuinely loved every minute I spent at Harps and it’s a great club. “I had three great seasons there and I loved working under Ollie last season.“I didn’t get to play up front as much as I would’ve liked and I was frustrated, but I still enjoyed the season and the FAI cup run we went on.“But when Cliftonville came in for me in January it was just too good a move for me to turn down.“I felt it was a great opportunity for me and I was so excited by the move.However, the move quickly turned sour, McCarron found game time hard with goal machine Joe Gormley and David McDaid leading the line to great effect. Cliftonville also endured a difficult season, having won back-to-back titles they’re season hit the buffers early and they were out of the title race early.It didn’t help McCarron that he joined a club that was in somewhat of a mini-crisis after years of incredible success.McCarron said, “It was tough up there, Cliftonville have some top, top players and it was hard for me to establish myself.“I felt I done well in a number of games, but I never really got a run in the team and didn’t feel I got a fair crack at it, so I’ve opted to leave the club. So what next for McCarron, the supremely talented Derry man is an undoubted class act.His stunning goal at Tolka Park was Harps goal of the season and he is a match-winner on his day, so could he see himself back at Finn Park.“Look as I said I love the club and had a great spell there, there’s a great bunch of lads there and as I said i loved working under Ollie and James last season.“If Ollie wanted me to come back I’d absolutely jump at the opportunity to go back, and it’s not because Harps are top, it’s because I should never have left the club in the first place.“I’ve got unfinished business at the club and I’d love to go back at some stage again and prove what I’m all about.MCCARRON – “I MADE A MISTAKE LEAVING HARPS, AND I’D LOVE TO GO BACK was last modified: May 7th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Finn Harps FCnewsSean McCarronSport