Clarence Seedorf has played down talk linking him with a switch to Chelsea, insisting he will still be an AC Milan player next season.
There has been speculation that former Milan boss Carlo Ancelotti - who has just been installed at Stamford Bridge - could raid the San Siro for the midfielder.
But the 33-year-old Dutchman, while flattered to be linked with a move to Chelsea, insists he is staying with the Rossoneri.
"It's beautiful news, that Ancelotti wants me in London, but next year I will still be playing for Milan," Seedorf told his website, www.seedorf.com.
"I have a contract with Milan and I am a player of Milan. Here I am well.
"I hope to still play for at least three or four years more. After that I have a whole lifetime ahead of me to do good."
Seedorf played under Ancelotti for six-and-a-half years at the San Siro and together the pair won two UEFA Champions League titles, the Club World Cup, two European Super Cups, the Coppa Italia and the Italian Supercoppa.