Adrian Mutu has insisted that he doesn't 'give a f***' about Chelsea as his legal battle with the club continues to drag on, reports Eurosport.
The former Blues forward, who was speaking to The Times, admitted that he's made mistakes, but insisted that it's too late to change anything.
Mutu, who joined the Stamford Bridge outfit for the large sum of £15.8 million in 2003, was sacked by the club the following year after testing positive for cocaine. At the time, Mutu was handed a lengthy seven month ban from the FA, but Chelsea took it into their own hands to dismiss him from the club.
But, with the case still ongoing, the Romanian striker has revealed that he doesn't care about the current situation.
The former Blues player said: “If you ask me about Chelsea again, I will get up and leave. I don’t give a f***.
“I try not to think about it too much.
“I made some mistakes, and if I could go back and not make them, then of course I would. But it is too late to do anything about it.
“I do not think about what I lost. I do not like to talk about Chelsea. It was f***ing 10 years ago; it is always the same thing.
“I don’t know what the latest is. I don’t care. Why would it be hard, because I have to wait to find out what will happen? I am used to it now. It has been going on for 10 years, and I still do not know what will happen. I try not to make myself worried, because that will not do any good, but of course it is not easy, not after all this time.”
The forward - at 35-years-old - is in fact still plying his trade in the world of football after moving to Indian Super League outfit FC Pune City.
Chelsea, though, are seemingly stronger than ever after their impressive victory over Premier League rivals Arsenal yesterday. The Blues beat the Gunners 2-0 at Stamford Bridge to extend their lead at the top of the table to five points.
Jose Mourinho's current Blues squad certainly looks in great shape as they go in search of silverware this term. With the likes of Diego Costa, Cesc Fabregas, Eden Hazard and Co. starring at the Bridge, Blues fans will expect the club to deliver the Premier League title this term.
Chelsea's legal battle with Mutu, however, may well go on for some time yet, with the club looking to be fully compensated over the incident involving the forward.