Yohan Cabaye: I will discuss my Paris future at the end of the season
The France international midfielder has failed to nail down a starting berth since joining the Ligue 1 champions last year but is just thinking about recovering from a knee injury
Yohan Cabaye insists that he will only think about his future at Paris Saint-Germain at the end of the season, explaining that his only goal at the moment is getting himself back in peak physical condition.
The France international sustained a minor knee injury in the Ligue 1 leaders' shock loss at Bordeaux on March 15 but is back in training ahead of Sunday's crunch clash with third-placed Olympique de Marseille.
However, there are no guarantees that he will play even if he is fit, given that he has yet to nail down a regular berth in PSG's midfield since arriving at the Parc des Princes from Newcastle in January 2014.
That has led to speculation linking him with a move away from the French capital, but Cabaye says he is solely concerned with playing a key role in his club's quadruple bid.
"My future is only about getting back on the pitch," the 29-year-old told RMC. "There are important matches to play and an exciting end to the season in store.
"We still have four competitions to play for. After that, there will be time to discuss things but, for now, my priority is to get back in shape.
"Anyway, I have not lost sight of one of my main goals, which is Euro 2016. This will be important and we'll see how it will unfold.
"There are people working for me and I have full trust in them.
"But the important thing is to get back on the field in top condition."
Two-time defending champions PSG currently sit one point clear of Olympique Lyonnais at the summit of Ligue 1, with Marseille a further point back in third.
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