Anthony Le Tallec wants Paris St Germain to end his Liverpool nightmare after admitting he is 'fed up' of being shipped out on loan by the Anfield club.
The 21-year-old French forward has failed to make an impact at Anfield, starting just 13 games for the club since joining from Le Havre four seasons ago.
He has found himself on loan at St Etienne and Sunderland for the majority of the past two seasons and has become increasingly frustrated.
'I want to be transferred, change air,' he told L'Equipe. 'When you're loaned without a view for a permanent move you know that you won't be there anymore the following year.
'That's a weird feeling. I want to commit myself to a club which is ready to trust me for two or three years. I am fed up going everywhere. PSG has always been the club of my heart. If they make a good offer I will go. But for now they are not the hottest opportunity.
'I want a good sporting challenge. If I don't find it I can stay with Liverpool where I have three years left to my contract.'
Le Tallec is currently playing for France at the Under-21 European Championships in Portugal.
'This is like a big breath of fresh air,' he revealed. 'I know everyone and people speak French. I feel happy with them. I hope that next year, if I join a new club, I will show all my qualities.'