Marseille striker Djibril Cisse has revealed he is no closer to deciding his future.
Cisse, who is on loan from Liverpool, has endured a difficult season with L'OM. He has featured in just 15 games this campaign, scoring only four goals and he has been on the receiving end of jeers from fans.
"On Sunday, I heard people talking about sending me to New York. The next day, it was an English club," Cisse told L'Equipe.
"New York, it's really too early to talk about. Liverpool, L'OM and I have to gather together. But nothing has been set so far so there is no question about it.
"There is a date, May 15, to seize the chance to buy me, but no talks have started yet.
"Of course if I am always booed, it is not exactly what I expect and what I want to experience in the long term. But if it improves, why can't I stay at L'OM?"
The 25-year-old is however, remaining optimistic about his future. He has made a return to the field following two broken legs and, despite not featuring as much as he would like to for L'OM, he is targeting a place in the French national team.
"I feel a little better now. I am dealing with the situation calmly. I have understood that I am not in the team anymore, but the door is not closed. Of course that situation affects me, but I talked a lot with my family and they have calmed me down," he continued.
"In the end I am happy with my current season. I have got back on the pitch again after my second broken leg and I have played in about 15 matches. I am happy when I see where I have come from.
"The French team is a real concern to me. I don't want what happens now to damage the efforts I have made to come back. Moreover, there is a French national match in Auxerre in June and I would like to be a part of it."