Paris Saint-Germain star Kylian Mbappe was quizzed about his future following his side's 2-0 win over Monaco in the Coupe de France final on Wednesday, but stopped short of committing his future to the club.
Mbappe has been linked with an exit from PSG as Manchester City, Real Madrid, and Liverpool are keen on snapping up the 21-year-old. The Frenchman scored his team's second goal of the night in the Cup final, and claimed the most important thing was to enjoy the victory rather than discuss what might happen after the season.
"You have to enjoy the title, that's the most important thing," said Mbappe to France 2 when asked about next year. "Look at all the people who are happy! This is the most important thing and I am the first happy guy.
"We work every day to have this type of emotion, reward and recognition. It’s the work of a whole group, a whole staff who work every day for us, for the club and of course the supporters who could not be there. We think about them a lot and this title is for them.
"When you play for Paris Saint-Germain, one of the best clubs in the world, the biggest club in the country, every title counts to go down in history. Plus it's a young club, we want to be part of this history and it's a great stage today."
Earlier this week, Mbappe told French broadcaster TF1: "My market value is €180 million but will I think about it in the morning? Not at all. That's how it works in football. The money is not going into my pocket. I have a passion for football and I have the chance to make a living from my job. I'm just trying to help my teams win."