Chelsea star Oscar has responded to speculation linking him with a move away from Stamford Bridge by insisting he is “very happy” at the club.
Last week, it was reported that Chelsea had turned down a £75 million offer from Chinese side Jiangsu Suning while the Brazilian has also been linked with Italian champions Juventus.
However, Oscar who signed for Chelsea from International for around £19 million in 2012, has quashed any rumours that he will be departing west London in the summer.
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“I am just 24, I want to stay here for a long time. I want to win more games, more trophies, because I love here,” he told Chelsea TV.
“I love the fans, and the situation, my family like here. I don't have nothing to change the club. I like here, I am very happy here.”
Oscar’s performances since the dismissal of former manager Jose Mourinho - like many of his teammates - appears to have improved.
Oscar scored in the first match after Mourinho’s sacking, in a 3-1 win over Sunderland and also scored in the 3-0 away win against Crystal Palace.
The midfielder then scored a hat-trick against MK Dons in the FA Cup fourth round.
Oscar has played 26 times for the Blues overall, scoring eight goals and has been one of the most consistent performers in the squad during Chelsea's disappointing campaign.
During Mourinho’s reign, it was reported that Oscar had to be separated from teammate Diego Costa after the pair were caught up in a training ground scuffle.
However, it appears that the pair have made up with both Oscar and Costa being influential during Chelsea’s current 11 match unbeaten run in all competitions.