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Chelsea striker hints at Stamford Bridge stay

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Chelsea striker Samuel Eto'o has hinted that he could stay at Stamford Bridge for the foreseeable future, reports Goal.com

The Blues striker only signed a one-year deal with the club after arriving from Anzhi Makhachkala last summer and has had a decent campaign with the team so far. 

The striker scored for Chelsea in their 4-0 demolition of Tottenham on Saturday evening and now it appears that he could remain with Jose Mourinho's side past this season. 

Eto'o has insisted that, despite his age, he still has a lot more to offer and can score goals for a number of years to come. 

Speaking to the Evening Standard, Eto'o said: "I am happy here. My age is not important.

"I work the same as Oscar or Eden Hazard. I have more experience and this is good for the team.

"It is an amazing thing (to score 300 club goals) but I have maybe two or three years more (in my career). I think I am going to score more goals."

Eto'o will be hoping to secure his first Premier League title this season with the Blues sitting top of the Premier League table. 

Chelsea's victory against Spurs saw them move seven points clear of second place Liverpool. The Blues travel to Villa Park this weekend as they look to maintain their fine recent form and Eto'o will be hoping to get on the score sheet against Paul Lambert's side. 

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