The QPR midfielder, who starred for Sevilla in their Europa League success in May, is hopeful of playing Champions League football and admires the Portuguese coachStephane M'Bia is unsure where he will be playing his football next season, but admits he dreams of working under Jose Mourinho at Chelsea.
The Cameroon international spent last term on loan at Sevilla from QPR and played an integral role in helping the Spanish club to Europa League glory.
With his contract at QPR set to expire at the end of June, M'Bia is now seeking an opportunity to play in the Champions League.
"I have the utmost respect for Sevilla, but it will be difficult for me to stay because I want to play at the highest level and try to win the Champions League," M'Bia is quoted as saying in AS.
"I do not know where I'll go, but I want to accomplish great things next season.
"My dream is be coached by Mourinho, because I think he's a great coach."
M'Bia is currently in Brazil with Cameroon's World Cup squad.