Striker Loic Remy is flattered by the interest being shown in him by a number of clubs but is ready to fight for a regular place at Chelsea.
The 28-year-old was expected to kick-off the new campaign as third-choice striker behind Diego Costa and new signing Falcao.
But boss Jose Mourinho declared at the start of the week that all three strikers will be taken in consideration.
And Remy says he is focused on scoring goals for the Blues ahead of next season.
"I am flattered by other teams wanting me, but I have never wanted to leave this club because I feel really good here," he is quoted as saying by Express Sport.
"Of course I want to play more but I am sure I can do that here. That's my target.
"I will just try to make it happen, by working hard and showing the manager he can count on me.
"My mind is here and I don't want to leave.
"I know there are a lot of games and I will have my chance. I have to be ready at a good time and not be injured.
"I was happy with what I did last season, but I want to do more. I want to play and score more. My focus is the same."