The Uruguayan reportedly asked his agent to investigate a potential move to the Premier League earlier this month, with no concrete offers having come his way as of yet.
Cavani admits he will more than likely stay with the French champions, but says he cannot predict the modern transfer market.
"I am at Paris, I think I will stay here, but you never know with the transfer window," he told Ovacion Digital.
"There was a discussion with Laurent Blanc before the end of the season and I think there will be a new tactical scheme this season.”
Cavani’s quotes suggest that coach Laurent Blanc could install a new tactical system to accommodate the 27-year-old more next season.
The former Napoli hit-man has an identical record for both of his two seasons spent so far in the French capital, having played 43 times and scored 25. His record for PSG is still strong, but not as clinical as his 104 goals in 138 matches for his former club.
Rumoured interest from Manchester United in Cavani would surely signal the end for one of their attacking foursome. Wayne Rooney, Robin van Persie, Javier Hernandez and Danny Welbeck will all battle for the front-man role under new coach Louis Van Gaal, with the latter having been played in a wider role in recent seasons.
Whether Cavani’s supposed move to the Premier League goes through or not, it seems as if he will have a happier time of things in Paris next season, with Blanc willing to reshape his side to exploit the Uruguayan’s talent.