Chelsea striker Didier Drogba has attempted to draw a line under speculation linking him with a summer move by insisting he is happy at Stamford Bridge.
The 31-year-old Ivory Coast striker has been linked with the likes of Internazionale, AC Milan and even former club Marseille since the season ended last month.
But Drogba claims he is not looking to leave London and is tired of the constant speculation surrounding his future.
"I am a bit tired of speaking about my future," he said. "I already did on many occasions. I am good at Chelsea."
Meanwhile, Drogba is looking forward to working with new coach Carlo Ancelotti following his confirmation as Guus Hiddink's successor.
"I am going to miss Hiddink but having him as our coach was nice," he added.
"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."