Modeste M'bami is hoping to secure a move away from France once he becomes a free agent in the summer.
The Cameroonian midfielder had hoped to leave Marseille during the January transfer window, having grown disillusioned with life at Stade Velodrome.
He has found himself out of favour with the Ligue 1 giants for much of the 2008/09 campaign and has made no secret of his desire to take on a new challenge elsewhere.
With his contract in France set to expire at the end of the season, M'bami is keen to help Marseille end the current campaign on a high note before heading to pastures new.
"Since I have been at Marseille I have always felt that I have never had the full support of the club," he told L'Equipe.
"After the match against Lorient (last November), I have disappeared from the team.
"I wanted to leave in January and told the club so.
"I have recently held talks with coach Eric Gerets again and he has assured me that I still have a role at the club.
"I will not ask any more questions now, I will just do my job.
"I want to help Marseille become champions because that is something which has not happened for 17 years."
M'bami was strongly linked with a move to England during the winter window, with Everton reported to be leading the race for his signature.
His Marseille team-mate Taye Taiwo was also believed to be attracting interest from the Premier Leage, with M'bami admitting the Nigerian defender has grown weary of life in France.
"I believe Taye wants to discover something new," he added.
"It would be perfect if we could meet up again, not necessarily at the same club, but in the same league."