Sevilla goalkeeper Sergio Rico says he is flattered to be linked with a number of top European clubs.
The youngster enjoyed an impressive campaign in Spain and was selected as the national team's third goalkeeper for Euro 2016.
He is a target for Chelsea according to reports in England and although he will leave Sevilla in the future he insists that it won't happen this summer.
"Right now I do not think about leaving Sevilla," he told El Confidencial.
"It is flattering to know important clubs are interested but I'm only focused on Sevilla.
"I would like to enjoy an experience [abroad]. I do speak with my colleagues who played outside the country and they told me it's something worth trying.
"I might consider a move, in the future.
"Chelsea? It is a big club, they didn't finish the season where they belong but they have a rich history."