Eden Hazard has responded to reports linking him with an exit from Chelsea, insisting he will make the decision over if and when he'll change clubs.
The 27-year-old winger has long been linked with a switch to Real Madrid, while Ligue 1 big-spenders PSG have also been mooted as a potential destination for the Belgian.
Goal reported in January that Manchester City would also be an interested party in signing Hazard, with the club ready to break the £100 million barrier.
Although Hazard insists he is happy with life at Chelsea, he suggested there could well be a time that he decides it's time to leave and seek a new challenge.
When asked about a potential move he told Telefoot: "In football anything can happen. But in football nothing can happen too.
"Every year they talk about Real or PSG. And when I want to change clubs, I will. But at the moment I’m good where I am.
"I still have two year left on my contract. I feel very good over here.
"The fans love me, my family enjoys life over here. We will see."
Hazard has been one of the shining lights in a below-par season for the club, when compared to their title-winning exploits from the 2016-17 season.
The former Lille star has scored six goals in his last six games in all competitions, including two in a 3-0 win over West Brom last time out in the Premier League.
And Blues head coach Antonio Conte took the decision to rest Hazard in Chelsea's 4-0 victory over Hull City in the FA Cup on Friday, with Chelsea facing Barcelona in Tuesday's crunch Champions League clash.