Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has not ruled out the possibility of moving to Paris Saint Germain to link up with his compatriot Edinson Cavani at some point in the future.
The 27-year-old has put a turbulent summer behind him in scintillating fashion this season after scoring 24 goals in 23 appearances for the Reds having also signed a new four and a half year contract in December.
Although he seems content with life on Merseyside, Europe's elite continue to be linked with a move for the Uruguayan. French newspaper Le Parisien recently suggested Suarez is to become Paris Saint Germain's primary target ahead of the summer transfer window.
In response, the Liverpool striker has explained he would make efforts to adjust himself to a new country if a move to Ligue 1 was to come about and do his best to immerse himself in a new culture.
"Learn French with Edinson Cavani and come to Paris? More than speaking a language, I like to learn the culture of a country," Suarez told Telefoot, Le Sport 10 report.
"I managed to learn Dutch, which I couldn't imagine doing. If I have to play in France, I will learn the language."
Suarez's performances this season have lifted Liverpool into a position to challenge for the Premier League title for the first time in five seasons with the club's qualification for next season's Champions League almost assured. Having yet to feature in the competition for the Reds, Suarez will not contemplate a move anywhere until he has experienced a European night at Anfield.
He added: "My main goal is to qualify for the Champions League and to play a Champions League match at Anfield must be something unforgettable."
Suarez's 24 goals and 10 assists following his return from suspension at the start of the season have been the catalyst behind their rise to the upper echelons of the Premier League. With a game in hand Brendan Rodgers' side are seven points off leaders Chelsea and will attempt to close the gap further when they visit Old Trafford in their next game on 16 March.