Queens Park Rangers playmaker Adel Taarabt has reignited speculation over his future by stating he would be "disappointed" not to seal a summer switch to Paris Saint-Germain.
Taarabt, 22, has been strongly linked with a move to PSG since QPR's promotion to the Premier League. But on Saturday, QPR issued a statement confirming the Moroccan will be remaining at Loftus Road.
However, Taarabt has told L'Equipe: "Would it be a disappointment if I didn't join Paris? Of course because I want to come. In England I will make more money but Paris, it's the capital of France. If I can make an impact there, it can be extraordinary.
"For my President [QPR president Flavio Briatore], the case is over. I'm sick of it, it's lasted two months. I want to go to Paris, but if it is not resolved this weekend, it no longer will be. But you know, in London, I am good and a great season in the Premier League awaits me."
Taarabt, who joined QPR on a permanent basis from Tottenham last summer, was a key player for the Hoops last season, scoring 19 goals and claiming 16 assists.