Chelsea winger Shaun Wright-Phillips insists he is happy at Stamford Bridge and not looking to move on in the summer.
The England international has endured another frustrating season with the Blues where he has failed to hold down a starting place for a consistent period.
But despite being expected to miss Wednesday's Champions League Final, the 26-year-old claims he is not looking to leave the west London club.
Wright-Phillips, who joined the Blues from Manchester City in 2005 for £21million, has two years remaining on his existing contract.
"I will definitely be at Chelsea next season," he said. "Speculation has been like this since I was at Manchester City. It was going on for seven years before I left.
"Then I came to Chelsea and speculation has been going on for my whole time here and I have still not left.
"I have signed a contract and I'm here to see it out."