Lucas Digne insists that he is happy at Paris Saint-Germain - despite his bit-part role at the Parc des Princes.
The full-back joined the French champions from Lille last summer for a reported fee of €15 million (£12.4m) but has been forced to serve as Maxwell's understudy this season.
However, even though he has been restricted to just nine starts in Ligue 1, the 20-year-old says he has no regrets over his decision to join one of the top teams in Europe and insists that he is developing as a player in spite of his lack of game time.
"You need to know what you want," Digne told Le Parisien. "Today, I'm part of the biggest sporting project in the world.
"So, if you do not want to play for a big club, don't come to PSG! From the moment you accept competition, it exists at all the great clubs.
"For me, the purpose of each game is to have the maximum playing time. But I enjoy every minute I have to show my qualities and prove that I work hard every day.
"Since the beginning of the season, I have still managed to show that I have progressed in some areas of my game."