Djibril Cisse who quit football in 2015, announced that he would play for free if he received an offer from Ligue 1 teams to complete the 96 goals he scored in Ligue 1 to 100.

Speaking in an interview with So Foot, the 38-year-old striker said he wants to return to the French top flight in order to score four more goals that would enable him to be part of the 100 goal club.

“You know how a goalscorer is, we are in love with the goal, we are in love with milestones, 25, 50, 75… Me, this 100 milestone haunts me. I stayed at 96 goals since I stopped. I am missing 4 and I am not coping well with it, it is driving me crazy.

If a club would accept, I can get them in two or three months. I am pretty determined, when I have an objective, to do everything to attain it… (I can also) help the team with the mental preparation, the youth teams and even advise the attackers. I would love to… I would come for free!”

Cissé won the 2002-03 Coupe de France with Auxerre, a trio of trophies – FA Cup, Champions League and UEFA Super Cup with Liverpool, and a Greek league and cup double with Panathinaikos.

He also scored nine goals in 41 games for France, and was a member of their victorious 2003 Confederations Cup squad.