Cisse reveals future plans

Striker eyes French and American moves

Djibril Cisse: Planning to move to France and America when he leaves QPR

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Djibril Cisse has revealed he plans to return to France once he sees out his contract at Queens Park Rangers.

The French international also admitted he would like to play in America before he hangs up his boots.

The 31-year-old believes he can play on at the highest level for another four years and is already planning his next move.

Cisse is under contract at Loftus Road until 2014 and the former Liverpool man is keen to return to France and achieve the milestone of 100 goals in Ligue 1 before possibly playing in the MLS.

Targets

"I don't feel tired. I'm giving myself three to four more years at the highest level," Cisse told TV Mag.

"I am under contract with QPR until 2013/14. The I will return to France to fulfil a personal goal, which is selfish, and is to get over the line with 100 goals in Ligue 1. I am at 94 now.

"After this, I would not mind finishing my career in the United States.

"I'm really attracted to this country."