Chelsea defender David Luiz has revealed that he is not worried about his long term future at the club despite failing to cement a regular role in Jose Mourinho's side, reports Sky Sports.
Luiz hasn't played for the Blues since their 2-0 defeat to Newcastle United earlier this month.
However the Brazilian ace says he will keep working hard in order to regain his place in the side, but has revealed that he's never worried about what the future holds.
Speaking to UOL, Luiz said: "It will be like it has always been, I am never worried. I train hard and seriously every day, he has his options."
The 26-year-old has been on international duty with Brazil this past week and will now hope to feature in the Premier League this weekend.
Luiz is currently battling club-captain John Terry and England international Gary Cahill for a starting role at Stamford Bridge outfit.
Chelsea and Luiz travel to Upton Park this weekend to take on West Ham and Mourinho will be hoping his side can get back to winning ways after a 2-2 draw with West Brom in their last match.
Chelsea were beaten on their travels to West Ham last season and will be hoping to make amends on Saturday.