Daniel Cousin has reiterated his wish to quit Lens at the end of the season and is keen on a move to England or Spain.
The forward has scored just three goals in 26 appearances this term and has bemoaned his lack of playing time for Lens.
He has outlined a desire to secure a transfer in the summer and hopes the club will be amenable to his sale.
But the 30-year-old admits his immediate priority is to help Lens qualify for next season's UEFA Champions League.
"Mentally, I am very fine, I have never doubted," Cousin told L'Equipe.
"It is very important to me to give my best for the club to get into the Champions League. Then I could leave satisfied.
"I know I didn't give everything the club expected from me, but it is not over, I will help with my best.
"But I would like to continue my career abroad. England and Spain are leagues I appreciate a lot."