Didier Drogba has denied Fernando Torres' arrival at Chelsea unsettled him as he insisted he remained "really happy" at Stamford Bridge.
Speculation has been rife about Drogba's future following Torres' record-breaking £50million signing, with the Ivory coast striker having lost the automatic place in the side he has enjoyed for several years.
He has failed to score in his last nine matches - a run that corresponds almost exactly with Torres' arrival - and has struggled to strike up an understanding with the Spaniard when the pair have been played together.
Drogba, who recently turned 33 and is in the final 18 months of his contract, stopped short of committing his long-term future to Chelsea but vowed to continue giving everything to the cause.
"There will always be talk about my future," he said. "I keep saying it, I'm here and I'm giving everything and it's normal that the club wants to buy another striker because we are ambitious and we want to win the Champions League.
"I'm really happy because the fans know that my commitment for the team is 100% and that's the most important thing."