David Trezeguet has reiterated his desire to secure a switch to his French roots this summer.
The 33-year-old striker has spent the last 11 years away from his homeland, with a decade of service given to Italian giants Juventus and the current campaign spent with Primera Liga outfit Hercules.
Trezeguet has plundered 11 goals in 26 matches in Spain this season, but looks unlikely to still be around in 2011/12.
He has aired his desire to return to France on numerous occasions in the past and admits he is still looking to make such a move.
A return to Monaco, with whom he spent five years between 1995 and 2000, has been touted, but Trezeguet would favour a switch to a side competing for top honours.
The World Cup winner told L'Equipe TV: "Emotionally, I love Monaco. This is my club.
"But other teams have more ambition, like Lyon.
"This is a club that is ambitious and seeks to win titles. That's what I want to find."
While also describing Paris St Germain and Marseille as 'interesting', Trezeguet insists he would be able to come to a financial agreement with any interested party.