Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has cast further doubt on his future at the club by refusing to rule out a move to Paris Saint-Germain.
The Ivory Coast international has struggled to find his best form this season, and has been strongly linked with a move to the French club since claims from his agent, Dimitri Seluk, that he was unhappy at the Etihad Stadium.
Now the 31-year-old has added more fuel to the fire in an interview with RMC on Thursday evening, admitting that he is unsure as to what the future holds.
We don't know," he said when questioned about a move to the Ligue 1 outfit. "The most important thing is to continue my job, you do not know what might happen tomorrow."
"It's always an objective to play at big clubs and win trophies. The most important thing is to continue to learn. You never close the door to a big club."
After a stellar 2013-14 campaign saw him net 20 goals in 35 Premier League games, Toure’s struggles to replicate his form this term have seen some question whether the former Barcelona star already has his sights set on a move elsewhere.
However, with City currently siting eight points behind table-toppers Chelsea at present, he insists that post-World Cup fatigue among him and his teammates is to blame for their lacklustre start to the new season.
“Everything does not happen as it should. It's hard, physical work last year did not help us,” he said.
"When we look at all the players of the squad, almost everyone have been played the World Cup, so physically, it leaves traces."