Diego Lopez says he is ignoring talk of a move to Chelsea and remains focused on Espanyol, where he hopes to extend his stay.
Goalkeeper Lopez, who is on loan at Espanyol from AC Milan, has been talked up as a replacement for Asmir Begovic at Stamford Bridge.
Begovic, who is serving as Thibaut Courtois' deputy, is keen to play more regularly and Chelsea reportedly rejected a bid from Bournemouth for the Bosnia-Herzegovina international.
Lopez has been touted as a replacement for Begovic but, when asked about Chelsea's apparent interest, the 35-year-old said: "It affects me positively.
"This kind of news is good for me because it's a recognition of my job. But beyond that I am calm and focus on Espanyol until the 30th of June."
On the prospect of extending his time in La Liga with Espanyol, the former Real Madrid keeper added: "Hopefully we can prolong out relationship after that.
"Nothing is going to happen until 30 June and from there AC Milan and Espanyol will have to give a step forward but I have repeated what I want.
"If Espanyol want me they already know my intentions but they will need to reach an agreement [with Milan].
"At times, we are a bit selfish but I am honest and I thank the club because they had confidence on me in a difficult moment."