Tottenham Hotspur full-back Serge Aurier has admitted that he "would like to finish" his career at former club Paris Saint-Germain.
The Ivory Coast international made 81 appearances for PSG across three seasons prior to joining Spurs in 2017.
Aurier has had a mixed time of things in North London, but he has become a regular since Jose Mourinho took over in November.
However, the 27-year-old has set his sights on the future by revealing that he intends to return to PSG one day, despite his acrimonious split from the French giants three years ago.
"Can I see myself finish my career at PSG? That is my plan! I would like to finish at PSG," he told Canal Plus Sports Africa.
"It is before everything else the club of my heart. I have a feeling of unfinished business. It has been my club since I was a kid, I would go watch matches at the Parc des Princes.
"It was a dream for me to come to PSG and for me, that dream is not finished. If I was to finish my career at PSG, I would love that. I could have spent my entire career at PSG, that certainly wouldn't have upset me.
"When you play for the club of your heart, you don't want to go anywhere else nor do you have regrets. There are players who have spent nearly their entire careers at one club because it is love. It is not a question of money or anything else,' he continued.
"All my family is in Paris, I am Parisian, I cannot dream of better. Aside from that, today, I am having my little career elsewhere, I hope to be the best a bit everywhere. I am following PSG from afar, but it remains my club and that will not change."
AC Milan are reportedly preparing a move for Aurier, who has two years to run on his existing contract.