The Nigeria goalkeeper has agreed a loan move to Israeli side Maccabi Tel Aviv and joins up with his new team mates this later this week.
"I just want to be playing regular football again," Enyeama told KickOffNigeria.com. "It's frustrating training hard and then playing reserve football every week.
"I'm looking forward to joining my new team mates and playing first team football again."
Enyeama, 29, joined Lille in the summer of 2011 from Hapoel Tel Aviv, and this move to their city rivals has not gone down well with Hapoel fans.
The Nigerian has been subjected to vitriolic abuse and accused of betraying Hapoel. Some reports even claim he said he would never play for Maccabi, not even for a million dollars.
"I can understand how they feel, but I never said that. At the time I was leaving Hapoel, there were reports that I was asking to Maccabi. All I said was that nothing like that was happening. I never spoke to Maccabi at that time.
"Anyone who says I said so should produce a tape of the interview."
Enyeama is refusing to let the controversy get to him, though, "that is not a problem for me. I just want to focus on playing football."