Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku has confirmed that he wants to stay at the club and fight for his place rather than go out on loan again.
The Belgium striker spent last season on-loan at Premier League side West Bromwich Albion and his sensational form has now seen him fight his way into contention for Jose Mourinho's starting line-up.
Lukaku, who has been likened to Chelsea legend Didier Drogba, has already held talks with Chelsea's new manager about his future and he has admitted that the talks were positive.
Despite the positive talks, the Belgium striker has refused to talk about the meeting and hasn't revealed what was said between himself and Mourinho.
"We spoke and I want to keep it private because when you have confidential talks with the manager, it has to stay between you and him," Lukaku told Sky Sports News. "We had a good talk and now it's up to me."
The striker was then asked about his future and about whether or not he will think about going on loan for a second season in a row.
Lukakau said: "No, not at the moment.
"You never know in football but my mind is at Chelsea now and I have come back to do well in pre-season and if I have a good pre-season, I think I will have a place in the squad and hopefully in the starting XI.
"Last year I had a great season at West Brom and I think have the qualities to do it here, but it is up to me.
"If I don't do well here, then loan again."
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