Didier Drogba insists he won't quit Chelsea this summer - despite the interest of new European champs, AC Milan.
The Ivory Coast striker, 29, said: "I am a Chelsea player until otherwise, which is not now, so nobody should start speculating if I will stay or not.
"Where am I going? There has been speculation from the start of the season when I was waiting to finalise my new contract. When I want to leave I will tell those who are in charge - not outsiders.
"At the moment, I am satisfied with what I am doing at Chelsea. If I disagree with my manager, I know how to tell him."
Drogba's 33 strikes this campaign include winners in the Carling Cup and FA Cup finals.
Just last week, he said: "I love challenges and maybe I will look for a new one in another country."