Fulham striker Diomansy Kamara hopes to leave Craven Cottage this summer to head to join Paris St Germain.
The 29-year-old Senegal international ended last season out on loan at Celtic, but now wants to head to the place of his birth for a fresh challenge.
Kamara told reporters:"PSG would be a dream for me. When you start football you always have dreams.
"One of mine was to play for Senegal and I have done that for almost ten years now, another would be PSG.
"It's close to my heart and to go from being in the stands to the pitch, with my family watching, would be a nice feeling.
"I'm 29 and I haven't yet played in Ligue 1, so it would nice to experience that.
"I am still under contract at Fulham and I am going to take my time to decide where I go next.
"I still have good relations with the club, but they are asking for three or four million euros to sell me and for a player with one year left on his contract it's too high."