Cabaye remains committed to Newcastle.
Newcastle midfielder Yohan Cabaye insists he has no plans to leave the club before the end of his contract, he has told the Chronicle.
The Frenchman has impressed since moving to St James’ Park last season, attracting interest from the likes of Arsenal and Manchester United for his signature.
The 27-year-old has been in and out of the team this season due to injuries, as his side have had a disappointing season flirting with possible relegation from the Premier League.
Top clubs will look to pounce for Cabaye even if Alan Pardew’s side avoid the drop, but the man himself says he feels very happy with his current team.
“I have three years contract left and now my mind is just to save the club,” he said.
“We have two cup finals then it will be the holidays. But I am at Newcastle. I don’t want to think about the future with two games left.
“I am very, very happy to play for this club and these fans.”
Newcastle have been in poor form recently, but can secure survival with a point against already-relegated Queens Park Rangers, provided that Arsenal beat Wigan in their game.
In their game against QPR, Cabaye will come up against a player he knows well in Loic Remy, also the subject of interest from Arsenal due to his side’s relegation this season. The talented striker has impressed since joining the Premier League from Marseille in January, but Cabaye hopes he has a quiet afternoon this weekend.
“For me, Loic is a good player. He’s a good finisher. He’s a good striker and he’s quick. I hope he will be quiet for us!”