Chelsea attacking midfielder Juan Cuadrado says his objective this season is to enjoy regular first-team football with the club.
Recent reports have claimed that Juventus want to sign him on a permanent basis.
But manager Antonio Conte made it clear that he has no intention of selling the Colombian during the summer transfer window.
And the 28-year-old has echoed the sentiments of his manager as he is ready to fight to secure a regular place in the Italian's line-up.
"We all work on that purpose [to be a regular in Antonio Conte's team], I have to train well and strong and let's see what God wants," he is quoted as saying by the Evening Standard.
"I am glad of being here [for the ICC tournament].
"It's important for us to do well and make a good pre-season.
"We have been working well and looking for what the coach wants. This is a good opportunity to show what we have already worked on in previous training sessions and games."