​Paris Saint-Germain forward Edinson Cavani has claimed that he wants to stay on with the French champions and respect his contract, but will wait for the board's decision on what his future holds for him.


Cavani has been an integral part of the PSG setup for six seasons now, and has scored nearly 200 goals in all competitions for the club. The Uruguayan has helped the club win multiple league titles and cups, missing out on the Ligue 1 crown in only one of the seasons he has been there.


However, with only one year left in his contract, Cavani is not sure what his future holds, especially considering no offer has been forthcoming from the club as of now.


"It's beautiful (the connection with the fans),” Cavani told Canal+, according to ​Goal. “These are things you can keep forever. Everything is based on work, education and professionalism. The fans give you the recognition of that. And sincerely it's beautiful. I can only thank them by giving myself on the pitch.


“It is necessary to respect my contract. I want to finish my contract here. We'll see after (the end of the season). I want to stay here, I like the club, the city and my life here. But well, in football, it doesn't depend only on you. There are also the board. But me, I want to stay here until the end of my contract.”


It remains to be seen if Cavani will stay on beyond next season, or if he will be let go for a younger option as the Uruguayan would be 33 by the end of his current contract.