Former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba has ruled out a return to French side Olympique de Marseille.
The 37-year-old decided not to renew his contract with Chelsea at the end of last season and was rumoured to be heading back to Marseille.
But the striker insists that he is yet to decide where he will play his football next season.
"It's not a question of money. I like to have a project," Drogba told RTI.
"And Marseille, which I know well, does not have a project.
"They have sold their best players, whom they let go till the end of their contracts. I'm talking about Andre Ayew, Andre-Pierre Gignac and they'll lose more.
"I don't want to go to Marseille to just play. If I go somewhere, it's to win, and I want to win. The question has been coming up for 10 years.
"There have been times when I could have returned, but the timing wasn't right. And each time my name comes up when it's time to renew season tickets.
"I don't want people to use me for financial purposes."