The 30-year-old has spent the year out on loan at Élie Baup's side in Ligue 1 and remains adamant that he will not return to parent club QPR
The 30-year-old left Loftus Road in the summer under a cloud of controversy following a £75,000 fine and 12-match ban for three counts of violent conduct against Manchester City trio Sergio Aguero, Vincent Kompany and Carlos Tevez on the final day of last season
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"As a football player I don’t want to play for any other football club," Barton told French Football Weekly.
"For Marseille, for me to stay here. It suits everyone – it suits me, the fans love me, and I love them. I think they see that you care
"I don’t need any convincing. For me, I’m more than happy to stay here. I envisage myself playing for another six-eight years, I won’t retire, they’ll have to carry me off the pitch."
Marseille currently sit in second place in the current Ligue 1 table, nine points behind league leaders Paris Saint-Germain with six games of the campaign left to play.