Lucas hints at Paris Saint-Germain exit

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Paris Saint-Germain winger Lucas Moura says he is happy at the club, but admits he could leave if he does not play more often.

The Brazil international has made 13 appearances this season, but was substituted in nine of those outings, having scored three goals.

Lucas, though, wants to be the first choice at Parc des Princes and hinted that he could leave if he continues to play second fiddle in attack.

"There is always competition with the big players, but that allows the team to improve and win," he told Brazilian outlet Fichajes.

"The coach should select 11 players to play, and I respect the decision and wait for my chance.

"I'm happy to be at a great club with great players, but can not say so happy because I do not play. It would be wrong to be content with being a backup."