The Uruguay international was frustrated at the Parc des Princes last season but he insists that he has finally settled in the French capital

Edinson Cavani insists he is no longer unhappy at Paris Saint-Germain, revealing that he now feels he has the support of the club.

The striker joined the Ligue 1 outfit from Napoli for a reported €63 million last summer but admitted during his first season at the Parc des Princes that he was unhappy with being played out wide to accommodate Zlatan Ibrahimovic at centre-forward.

Cavani’s comments have seem him repeatedly linked with a move to the Premier League, with Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal all said to be interested in the Uruguay international.

However, the 27-year-old insists that he has now completely settled in the French capital.

“These comments caused some problems, but they were not against the coach, the president or anyone else,” Cavani told AM1010.

“I expressed my frustration, but that didn’t mean I had a bad relationship with any of them.

“Sometimes these things can lead to a problem, but other times to a solution. We found a solution.

“This year everything is fine. I am in Paris, the city is beautiful and the club supports me.”

Cavani, who represented Uruguay at this summer’s World Cup in Brazil, has netted six times in 14 appearances in all competitions for PSG so far this term.