Italian goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu has moved to deny speculations linking him with Parc des Princes exit.
The 26-year-old has performed really well since arriving at the club from Palermo, but with his current deal due to expire in June 2015, doubts were raised over his long-term future at the club.
Nevertheless, the Italy international has revealed that he plans to remain with the Saints for the foreseeable future.
“I will surely discuss (the new deal) with the club,” Sirigu confessed to beIN Sport. “I think there is willingness on both sides to continue together, so we’re in no hurry.”
Salvatore Sirigu joined Paris Saint-Germain in the summer of 2011 from Palermo and has since featured in 83 Ligue 1 matches for the club.
He has quickly managed to prove his worth at Parc des Princes, and played an important role in winning the first league title after 19 years for the Saints.
PSG have largely impressed this season in both Ligue 1 and Champions League, and they are just 1/9 to defeat Anderlecht on Tuesday and thus secure their place in the knockout stages.