After Paris Saint-Germain secured the 10th league title in their history, Neymar spoke out on his future in the French capital.
PSG drew 1-1 with RC Lens on Saturday to capture the 2021/22 Ligue 1 title and, in the process, become one of two clubs with the most top division titles in French football, tied with Saint-Etienne.
Despite their record league title, some of the team's supporters left the game with 15 minutes to spare instead of celebrating a victorious campaign with the team.
As per ESPN Argentina, Neymar later expressed his feelings about the crowd's early departure.
"It was surreal that part of the crowd left the stands," he said.
A number of PSG players have been booed at the Parc des Prince ever since their UEFA Champions League capitulation to Real Madrid in early March, with the Brazilian bearing the brunt of most of the abuse hurled at the players.
The former Barcelona man had some sarcastic remarks for the PSG faithful regarding his future in Paris following the match against Lens, seemingly confirming he is set to see out his contract with the club in the process.
"I still have a contract with Paris Saint-Germain," he added.
"I'm here for three more years, so stop [booing] or you'll need more air."
Many of the PSG squad shared Neymar's confusion at the exodus of fans from the stadium, with club captain Marquinhos telling Canal+: "The fans who did not celebrate? It's something I don't understand.
"It's football, sometimes you win and sometimes you lose. We are normal people, we can have failures. But the 10th title is important."
Les Parisiens will be seeking redemption in Europe's premier club competition next season, but according to reports, this will be under the tutelage of new management as Mauricio Pochettino's departure from the French capital is now regarded as "imminent".
Here are the 10 expected frontrunners for the 2022 Ballon d'Or award: