Keylor Navas believes he could help Paris Saint-Germain win the Champions League next season and feels capable of playing for “any team.”
The 36-year-old Costa Rica international swapped life in the French capital for a Premier League relegation battle by joining Nottingham Forest on loan for the rest of the season in January.
Navas would relish another opportunity with the Ligue 1 leaders after Gianluigi Donnarumma took over as PSG’s first-choice keeper.
He told Canal+ “I have one year left on my contract in Paris. If I have to go back there and play, I feel capable of winning the Champions League with PSG.
“I didn’t like the situation I was experiencing in Paris. I wanted to feel that the team loved me. I always felt in good condition to play.
“When I was at PSG nobody could say that I was causing problems, that I wasn’t training or that I wasn’t working well On the contrary, I wanted to train even more and show that I could play. But unfortunately I didn’t have the chance.”
Navas has no idea where he will be playing next season and is keeping his options open.
He added: “I feel capable of playing for any team. We’ll see what happens in the future. I would like, when I finish my loan here, to see the club’s intentions. Then we can make decisions.”
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