Navas Confident Of Helping PSG Achieve Champions League Dream
Keylor Navas is optimistic he can help Paris Saint Germain end their Champions League hoodoo next season.
Navas is currently embroiled in a relegation battle with Nottingham Forest, whom he joined from PSG on loan in January on a deal that runs until the end of the season.
The 36-year-old joined the English side after losing his starting spot to Gianluigi Donnarumma.
Navas has been on the books of PSG since 2017, having joined from Real Madrid, and has won two Ligue 1 titles.
He won three Champions League titles with Real Madrid but is yet to replicate the feat with the French giants.
In Navas' absence, PSG have fallen short in Europe's premier club competition once again this season after being knocked out at the round of 16 stage by Bayern Munich.
Navas has one year left on his contract in the French capital but still feels he can contribute to land the elusive trophy.
He told Canal+: "I have one year left on my contract in Paris. If I have to go back there and play, I feel capable of winning the Champions League with PSG.
"I didn't like the situation I was experiencing in Paris. I wanted to feel that the team loved me. I always felt in good condition to play.
"When I was at PSG nobody could say that I was causing problems, that I wasn't training or that I wasn't working well On the contrary, I wanted to train even more and show that I could play. But unfortunately I didn't have the chance."
He added: "I feel capable of playing for any team. We'll see what happens in the future. I would like, when I finish my loan here, to see the club's intentions. Then we can make decisions."