Carlo Ancelotti has expressed a desire to prolong his stay at Chelsea.
The Italian has been linked with other clubs throughout the current season, but he insists that he want to remain in London.
He told the Daily Express: “I want to stay at Chelsea. I would like to extend my contract because I love these players and this club.
“Obviously it is just not my decision, but I don’t think they require me to win a trophy to retain my position.”
The Blues have struggled to gain momentum in the current campaign, which sparked speculations about their manager’s future.
Following one of the worst run of results in December and January, many pundits and reporters expected the club’s owner, Roman Abramovich, to sack Ancelotti.
However, the Russian instead decided to back his man, by giving him over £70 Million to spend in the transfer window.
But the Blues will most probably not retain their Premier League title and they also face Manchester United in the Champions League quarter-final.
The European Competition remains their only realistic chance of winning a trophy this season.