Didier Drogba has dismissed suggestions he is set to leave the Bridge in the summer, and claims to have everything he wants at the club.
The Ivorian international has struggled this season, and has not looked the same beast since contracting Malaria on international duty.
He has managed just 10 goals this season, and his form prompted owner Roman Abramovich to splash £50million on Spanish world cup winner Fernando Torres, who has yet to fare any better.
Marseille, who sold Didier to Chelsea seven years ago for £24million are said to be interested, as are Real Madrid.
But Drogba has no interest in moving to another big club, saying, “I have everything I could dream of at Chelsea.
“I am at a great club, with amazing team-mates, with a perfect living environment for my family.
“Some years ago I could have said, ‘I dream to play at AC Milan, Real, or Manchester United’.
“But nowadays I don’t feel such desire anymore. I am at one of the best clubs in the world. Those desires have been gone for a while.”