Henri Camara claims he is wanted by Marseille following his 'worst season' on loan at West Ham United.
The Senegal forward has spent the campaign at Upton Park from Wigan Athletic, but started just three Premier League games.
He admits he confronted Hammers manager Alan Curbishley about his lack of football and is now looking for a new club.
French giants Marseille have shown an interest, but Camara is keen to stay in England, having also played for Wolves and Southampton.
"This has been my worst season in England," said Camara in the Sunday Mirror.
"I have few words to describe what I have been through - I have barely played.
"I was so frustrated I went to see the manager and shouted in his face that I was sorry I'd ever joined West Ham.
"I was completely buried underground and I'm looking to find another club.
"Marseille want to sign me, but it is my aim to spend two or three more seasons in England."