Luke Donald says he believes Paul McGinley still made the wrong decision not take him to the 2014 Ryder Cup.
The European skipper made the revelation to Telegraph Sport before this week's final qualifying event in Switzerland.
As many as seven players are vying for the two remaining spots via the European and world points list.
Yannik Paul, Adrian Meronk, Victor Perez, Rasmus Hojgaard and Adrian Otaegui are the only men who can catch MacIntyre.
Donald will name his wildcard picks on 4 September ahead of the 44th Ryder Cup which begins on 29 September.
His counterpart Zach Johnson selected his six captain's picks on 29 August.
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The Englishman will undoubtedly face some tough decisions just like every captain before him.
But according to the report by James Corrigan, the Englishman has more than a streak of ruthlessness in him.
That was illustrated in comments made by Paul Casey where the Englishman explained he was shocked Donald decided not to partner with him at the 2006 World Cup.
Donald and Casey won the event in 2005 but 12 months later the former World No.1 decided to play the event with David Howell after the latter slid down the world rankings.
"I can't pretend I wasn't gutted," Casey said, describing his feelings at the time of none other than 'shock'.
Donald, too, has experienced disappointment when it comes to the Ryder Cup.
McGinley was in charge of Europe at the 2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles. Europe defeated the U.S. 16.5 to 11.5.
It would have hurt even more considering Donald was part of the Miracle at Medinah.
Donald told the publication:
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