Eden Hazard insists he has been unaffected by rumours regarding his Chelsea future, and is determined to remain focused on the World Cup.
Reports are intensifying regarding a potential big-money move to Paris Saint-Germain, with the Qatari-owned club ready to bid as much as £50m to tempt Jose Mourinho into a sale.
Hazard's very public dressing down from Mourinho only helped those rumours to grow stronger. Mourinho accused the Belgium international of not committing himself to Chelsea's cause while the player himself hinted that Mourinho's style of football isn't good enough.
However, Hazard has insisted that he remains undisturbed by the rumours regarding his Chelsea future.
Speaking to RMC, he said: "If you got to know me you'd know, I'm not someone who is disturbed by it. Every year they say I'm everywhere. It's part of the job. I focus on the World Cup which is much more important than what is said in the papers."
His response to PSG links will do little to ease the fears of Chelsea fans, who have already seen their 2012 and 2013 player of the year Juan Mata leave for rivals Manchester United.
Hazard has previously said that he would happily move to Paris if his wife told him she wanted to relocate.