The 19-year-old started for the Magpies in their recent friendly defeat to German outfit FC Chemnitzer and is hopeful of forcing his way into manager Alan Pardew's plans
The 19-year-old joined the Magpies from French side Lens in 2010 on a five-year deal and has since made two domestic cup appearances.
And, after playing 66 minutes in the Tyneside outfit's 1-0 friendly defeat to German side Chemnitzer FC, Abeid is targeting a regular starting berth.
"I love playing and would like to play more games and continue to play as it is important that I have good condition to start the season," he told the club's official website. "I have progressed a lot over the last year.
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"I have worked with good people and played with good players and that has been very important for me as a young player. I hope to progress every day and continue to progress. I want to do more.
"I would like to keep up what happened last season. I need to keep up the same work, keep the same frame of mind, and hopefully will get to play more games."The Frenchman also underlined the importance of a good pre-season campaign, with Newcastle set to feature in European competition alongside their domestic commitments next term.
"Pre-season has been good so far," he added.
"It has been a lot of hard work, but very good training. We need that for the new season, that is important for us. It is a busy season coming up so we need to be in a good condition.
"It was good to start against Chemnitzer. It was disappointing to lose but in these games the result is not the most important thing - it is more about our fitness.”