The Polish inter- national has been allowed to end his loan spell from Trabzonspor so he can attend a training camp in Turkey for Poland's Euro 2012 squad ahead of this summer's tournament.
Brozek, 29, was supposed to get game time at Celtic to prepare him for his homeland Finals after being frozen out in Turkey.
But his spell in Glasgow was a disaster and he started just one game and made two other forgettable sub appearances for Celtic and failed to score.
Now Brozek has revealed his frustration at his time at Parkhead.
He said: "It did not work out for me as it was supposed to at Celtic.
"The reason I went to Celtic is because I wanted to play as much as possible.
"I don't want to leave and start complaining that the coach didn't play me and he picked other players.
"But the facts are that Neil Lennon promised something different from what actually happened. I didn't get any opportunities.
"I've had a terrible season in Trabzon and in Glasgow. Now I am very hungry indeed for success at Euro 2012."
Brozek still has a year left of his contract in Turkey and Celtic had an option to make his move to Scotland permanent.
However, the striker can forget about any chance of a deal at Celtic now.