"This World Cup is likely to be the last one for me," Matuidi said.

"I think, it will be a bit late for me to play in four years, but now I am enjoying every moment in the team.

"It's good that our younger generation hits it off so fast, both they and we improved a lot as a team over the past two years.

"It's wonderful that the process is going in such a way that they don't feel any negative pressure."

The 31-year-old, who also played for Les Bleus at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, added that he did not support criticism of France head coach Didier Deschamps.

"He was an excellent player in the past and he is a great coach now," Matuidi said.

"The way he played, worked flat out, this experience is very important for us. It wasn't always easy for him, but he has been choosing the best tactics for us. The criticism of Deschamps is unfounded, and he's got my full backing."

France will face Croatia in the World Cup final at Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium on Sunday.