Chelsea star Didier Drogba insists he plans to stay at Stamford Bridge and is fed up with constant speculation over his future.
Drogba has been continually linked with a move away from Chelsea with the likes of Inter Milan, AC Milan and Marseille all credited with an interest in the Ivorian.
The 31-year-old has revealed he keeps in contact with Marseille sporting director Jose Anigo, but has ruled out a return to Stade Velodrome.
"I am a bit tired of speaking about my future," Drogba told Le Parisien. "I already did on many occasions. I am good at Chelsea.
"We call each other, Marseille sporting director Jose Anigo sometimes, to be in touch. If Marseille want me, their directors must meet Chelsea's. But today it's not on the cards."
Drogba is looking forward to working under new Blues boss Carlo Ancelotti and praised Guus Hiddink for raising spirits following the departure of Luiz Felipe Scolari
"I am going to miss [Guus] Hiddink but having him as our coach was nice," added Drogba.
"It has been a lovely experience. He helped us bounce back.
"I hope that Ancelotti will help us win titles, this is the reason why he has been appointed. Everybody knows his trophy room is full, as a player and as a manager."