Stephane Sessegnon is refusing to commit his future to Paris St Germain until the club have mapped out their plans for the future.
The Benin international has been the subject of much transfer talk of late, with a number of Premier League clubs said to be tracking his availability.
The midfielder has only spent one season in the French capital, following a move from Le Mans last summer, but has conceded that he could be set for a summer switch elsewhere.
He is under contract at PSG until 2012, and was pleased with the club's progress in the 2008/09 campaign, but admits he needs assurances regarding their ambition before he can say for certain whether or not he will be at Parc de Princes next term.
"I want to play for an ambitious team," Sessegnon said in L'Equipe.
"Paris have enjoyed a good season, but we have to move on.
"I want to know how the club will prepare for next season. That is why I can't say for certain that I will stay 100 per cent."