EVERTON forward Oumar Niasse says he will hold crunch talks with the Merseyside heavyweights at the end of the season.

The 28-year-old is currently on loan at Premier League strugglers Cardiff and is seemingly deemed surplus to requirements by the Toffees.

He is yet to find the net for the Bluebirds having moved to the Cardiff City Stadium in January.

Niasse insists discussions with Marco Silva will take place one the campaign draws to a close.

“I’m still an Everton player - I'm just on loan,” he told Starsport.

“But my future we're going to decide at the end of the season.

“The end of the season is just six games to go and at the end of the season I'm going to have one year left with Everton.

“I will see openly what exactly the football [club] is going to give to me.”

Cardiff currently sit third from the bottom in the Premier League.