Mamadou Sakho has admitted that he would love to see Chelsea veteran Didier Drogba join Paris Saint-Germain.
The Ivorian striker, whose contract expires at the end of this season, has been widely linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge this summer.
The 34-year-old recently voiced his desire for his Chelsea career to continue for as long as possible, but when asked which player he would like to join PSG, Sakho said Drogba would be top of his list.
"Honestly, it would be Drogba. I really appreciate him, thanks to his career, where he went, the rage he had to move, what he represents for Africa and his country," he told RMC.
"He played for Marseille? I'd forgotten about that..."
PSG currently sit two point clear at the top of Ligue 1, and Sakho went on to say that Carlo Ancelotti's side aim to win the title, rather than Champions League qualification.
He said: "The objective is the title. Our players and owners are ambitious. We're not afraid to say that we would be very disappointed if we're not champions."
Finally, the 22-year-old voiced his ambition to play a part in Laurent Blanc's France squad for the European Championships this summer, having won five caps since his debut in November 2010.
"Yes [it is an objective], and I have my chance," he said. "A year and a half after my debut, with more work and experience, I feel even better.
"People forget that I am 22-year-old, but I'm very sure of myself, I know I have time to mature. I will finish the season well and be alert to the list."
France have been drawn alongside England, Sweden and Ukraine in the group stage for Euro 2012.