Yohan Cabaye has revealed that he is not happy at Paris Saint-Germain but is hell-bent on proving he is worthy of a place in Laurent Blanc`s starting eleven.
The 28-year-old joined PSG from Newcastle for a reported fee about £16m and has struggled to cement his place in the coach`s starting line-up as he has started only four games in this new campaign.
And the French midfielder revealed to L'Equipe he hopes he can show what he can do.
"To be honest, I am not happy, this is new ground for me and I'm not complaining, as I've never complained because it's not in my nature," the midfielder said.
"The only thing for me to do is to show what I can do.
"But sometimes it's not easy. I'm 28; I'm not just starting out. I will not change my style of play now.
"But there is a coach in place here and I must respect his decisions.
"I have the character [to cope] and the goal is to show on the field what I know I can do."