With Kieran Gibbs injured, the 20-year-old has emerged as first-choice understudy to compatriot Gael Clichy in the left-back role.
However, Traore admits he would love to move back to Paris, where he was born.
"PSG will always be PSG," he told Le Parisien. "They are a great club which made a whole generation of people dream during the years 1990-2000.
"And the Parc des Princes is a mythical stadium. Still today when I talk to other players, prestigious or not and of all nationalities, they talk to me about PSG, telling me that they dream about playing there one day.
"And moreover, for me, Paris represents a lot. It's the club of my dreams and I know that I will play there one day."
Traore added: "If people from PSG contact me this summer, I would listen carefully to what they have to say.
"But I think it's too early for me to go to PSG. I prefer to stay longer in England. But God willing, I'll come there later. I really want it."