Coach Leonardo Jardim transformed the club this past season, forming a young, dynamic squad that romped to the French league title.
Monaco also captured hearts and won plaudits across the continent as the free-scoring side raced to the final four of the UEFA Champions League.
Though Bernardo Silva has already departed to Manchester City, and while Jardim and the likes of Kylian Mbappe, Fabinho, Benjamin Mendy, Thomas Lemar and Tiemoue Bakayoko are all attracting interest from Europe’s big hitters, Sidibe is confident the project in the principality will continue to grow.
“Leonardo has been building something here for a few years now," Sidibe told Goal.
“If he leaves it will be the start of a new cycle, but with the quality of players we have I’m not worried.”
Sidibe arrived from Lille last summer and was one of the team's standout performers, named in the Ligue 1 Team of the Year, overcoming injury issues to secure a first international cap.
“A really strong start to the season helped me earn a place in the France national team,” he said.
“After that, with the build-up of games, I had some physical problems. Every footballer goes through moments when they’re a bit tired. All in all, though, the season went well and I’m quite satisfied.”
“I’m under contract for Monaco and right now I’m enjoying being here. As I’ve said before, I’m attracted to the Premier League and I also love Spain,” he revealed.
“It will all depend on the president and me. With the World Cup a year away, my objective is to maximise my playing time and to perform.
“The goal is to progress. There will be an evaluation with the club to see what’s best based on the requests.”