Inter Milan defender Nicolas Burdisso claims he has no desire to join Chelsea this summer.
Reports in Italy had suggested that the Argentina international could be used as a make-weight in an approach for the Blues' Portuguese centre-half Ricardo Carvalho.
However, the 28-year-old insists he has received no contact from Stamford Bridge and fully expects to be an Inter player next season.
"I have spoken to (Inter coach Jose) Mourinho, who told me that he is happy with me and that I have a lot to give to Inter," Burdisso told calciomercato.com.
"My relationship with Mourinho is excellent and I hope that it remains like that in the future.
"I have learnt a lot with him.
"Last season was a positive year for me and my wish is to remain at Inter.
"I have no intention to change team."