Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech has no intention of leaving the club to be reunited with former manager Jose Mourinho at Real Madrid.
Mourinho has been linked with several Chelsea players, including Frank Lampard and Ashley Cole as well as Cech, since leaving Internazionale and moving to the Spanish capital, but the Czech Republic international insists his future is at Stamford Bridge.
Cech told CTK: "It is common to say 'never say never', and it always happens that, if such a coach is appointed at such a big club, plenty of potential targets appear in the press.
"At the moment it is just at the level of big rumours and I don't think it is necessary to comment on them at all. Speculation will always be there, but I don't see it (a transfer) as being realistic.
"The goalkeeper's position is the last area Real have to improve and that makes it the end of the story for me.
"I am happy at Chelsea. The only major trophy that is left for us to win is the Champions League and, in my opinion, at the moment, we have a team strong enough to win the competition.
"As for my ambitions, I am satisfied and that is why I don't intend to leave for anywhere."
The 28-year-old shot-stopper has made 263 appearances for Chelsea since arriving in west London from Rennes six years ago.