Cesc Fabregas has shrugged off the latest round of speculation suggesting that he could leave Chelsea this summer.
The World Cup-winning midfielder was heavily linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge during the summer transfer window in 2017.
He eventually stayed put and has remained an important part of Antonio Conte’s plans throughout a testing campaign in west London.
Fabregas sees no reason why he should be looking for a move elsewhere, despite Chelsea’s struggles this season, with his family settled in England and a contract keeping him tied to the Blues until 2019.
He told Cadena COPE when quizzed on renewed exit rumours: "I'm happy here and I want to stay in Chelsea next season.
"I feel good in London, my family too, so I do not see why I'm leaving Chelsea."
Fabregas has made 45 appearances for Chelsea this season across all competitions.
He last won that trophy back in 2004-05, during his time at Arsenal, with a four-year spell at Stamford Bridge having delivered two Premier League titles and a League Cup triumph.