The Belgian has spent the last three seasons on loan at Atletico Madrid but insists he is not seen as a stop-gap player by the fans or his teammates at Vicente Calderon.
The Belgian , who has spent the past three seasons on loan at Vicente Calderon, is currently preparing to face Real Madrid in the Champions League final, having played a key part in the elimination of his parent club in the semifinals.
Courtois claims he is not seen as a "loan player" by his teammates, but believes it will be difficult to convince Chelsea to let him stay in Spain for the 2014-15 campaign.
"The fans and my teammates at Atletico do not see me as a loan player," Courtois told Sport Bild. "I do not have an emotional connection with Chelsea. They only signed me for 9 million euros back in 2011. But I have only been to London to undergo a medical.
"Chelsea were already reluctant to send me out on loan last year, but I really wanted to stay with Atletico. Everything will start all over again after this season and it will be even more difficult to come to a satisfactory decision."