Kylian Mbappe says he understands the protests of fans during the sealing of Paris Saint-Germain and the 10th Ligue 1 title, which drew 1-1 with Lens on Saturday.
PSG won the French League Cup in just four games with a 10-man Lens, who scored in the 88th minute through Corentin Jean.
In the 75th minute, home fans protested against the club's management, shouting in part of the Parc des Princes and saying goodbye with the last VC.
The 23-year-old has been linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge this summer, but has been linked with a move away from the club this summer.
"Are the fans disappointed? I'm not. I'm compliant," Mbappe said. "They want to celebrate," he said. They want to celebrate. I do not want to celebrate. Not celebrated. I was disappointed. We fully understand them, but it has only been a month.
"They want to send a message. The club understands. It's up to them. No one dares to tell us to celebrate. We won, we are happy."
Mbarek has scored 22 goals in 31 league appearances this season, creating 15 assists, and will be on the 2018 World Cup honors list with the 2018 World Cup title.
The Frenchman has been linked with a move to PSG, with the club's growing list of players set to expire at the end of the season and personal success.
In the end, Ambati said he and his team-mates found victory outside the stadium and found relief in the PSG locker room.
"I'm going to stay. We'll not win. I'm tasting this moment. This is my fifth championship. I never thought I would win so fast. I'm enjoying and working," he said.
"We are very happy. It was definitely held in the locker room. The trophy is missing for a bigger festival, but I think people are happy that so many are there. It is not because of the small number of supporters. Not all PSG fans.
"The stadium is full. Thank them. Then we want to get to know each other better. The players want to meet each other to win in the locker room."