Brazilian playmaker Oscar has rejected talk of a possible exit from Chelsea and has committed his future to the club.
The 24-year-old was last week linked with a move to the Chinese Premier League, where the transfer window closes on February 26, while he was also a reported target of Italian giantsJuventus in the January market.
Chelsea dismissed reports a £57million bid for Oscar from Jiangsu Suning had been received, and rejected, as speculation.
Oscar, who joined Chelsea from Internacional for a reported £25m in July 2012, is under contract at Stamford Bridge until June 2019, and insists he wants to stay and win more trophies with the Blues.
“I want to stay here for a long time,” Oscar told Chelsea TV.
“I want to win more games, more trophies, because I love Chelsea, I love the fans. I like the city, my family like it here.
“I don’t have [a reason to] change the club. Everyone likes me here and I’m very happy here.”