Gonzalo Higuain has told his agent that he will not leave Real Madrid until he wins the Champions League with the Spanish giants, despite repeated interest from Chelsea.
The Argentina international is in competition with Karim Benzema for a starting spot in Jose Mourinho's team and speculation over the last six months has linked the South American marksman with an exit from the Santiago Bernabeu.
Despite this, agent and father Jorge Higuain has stated that there has been no contact from the Stamford Bridge outfit or Roman Abramovich and that his son is focused on attaining European glory.
"No one has called us," the striker's representative reiterated to Marca.
"Until we win the Champions League, we will not move."
The capital-city side were linked with a move for Sergio Aguero in the summer before he joined Manchester City from Atletico Madrid and reports in Spain have resurfaced that Los Blancos could try to sign Higuain's countryman once more at the end of this term.
Only then, if a third main striker joined the Madrid squad, would the 24-year-old consider a move.
"If they bring Aguero in then we will start to listen to offers," Higuain senior admitted.
The forward has scored 14 goals in 19 La Liga appearances this term for the current Spanish top-flight pace-setters and is in contention to feature against Getafe on Saturday.