The Frenchman says that he is not happy with his current role under Carlo Ancelotti, but is leaving all discussions about his future until the end of the seasonParis Saint-Germain defender Mamadou Sakho has admitted that he has been frustrated by his bit-part role in the team in recent weeks.
The France international has struggled to find his best form under new coach Carlo Ancelotti, and has accordingly been dropped by the Italian coach.
Despite admitting that he is far from happy with his current situation at the club, Sakho vowed to put his personal displeasure aside until the end of the season as his team attempt to win Ligue 1.
"It's infuriating, frustrating, annoying to be on the bench," he told Le Parisien. "But I can't let the team feel my emotions.
"The most important thing is that PSG win and become champions. Then we can discuss my personal case later."
Sakho has spent his entire professional career at Parc des Princes, and has won five caps for his country since his international debut in 2010.