Didier Drogba dismissed suggestions he will leave Chelsea in the summer after helping his side to a spectacular 4-1 Champions League victory over Napoli.
The 33-year-old scored the opening goal and assisted the winner as the Blues overturned a 3-1 aggregate deficit against their Italian opponents.
After the game, he told French TV station Canal+: "It's true that many people said that it will be my last match in the Champions League but the story continues.
"I hope my [Chelsea] adventure continues a long time yet. But I'm not master of my destiny. [I am] just hoping for more moments like this."
Drogba's future has been the subject of intense speculation recently amid rumours the Chelsea hierarchy wish to accommodate £50 million signing Fernando Torres in the starting line up.
However, he only wished to focus on a morale-boosting victory which sees Chelsea as the only remaining English side in Europe's elite competition.
He continued: "It was important for us to qualify. Our spirit was more than positive - there was much joy in the end."