German goalkeeper Kevin Trapp admits he is ready to stay and fight for his place at Parc des Princes.
The 27-year-old has been playing second fiddle to Alphonse Areola this season and he hinted on several occasions he was ready to leave in search of first team football.
However, while he is still unhappy with his status at the club, Trapp admits that he is prepared to stay as PSG have no plans to sell him any time soon.
The highly rated goalkeeper also commented on the reported interest from Borussia Dortmund.
“You can consider a lot,” Trapp told ESPN. “I am from Germany, so, sure, the Bundesliga is interesting, and Dortmund are a big club.
“However, the transfer window has just ended, and that is not an issue right now. I want to focus on my tasks here.
“A move always must make sense and after speaking with those in charge here, it was just the better step to stay in Paris. I work hard every day, and I want to come out on top. Sure, the situation is not satisfying, but I had good talks with Unai Emery.”
Trapp said there were proposals from England in January but remains happy at PSG for now.
“In spite of everything, I feel well here,” Trapp said. “PSG did not really have the intention to sell me and I appreciate that.
“I made a conscious decision with Paris. I have 30 months left on my contract, and I respect that. When I signed a five-year deal, I put some thought into it — I wanted to grow with the club.”
Kevin Trapp was a first team regular in his first two seasons at Parc des Princes, making 59 league appearances, but he only featured in two Ligue 1 matches this term.
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