Chelsea target Radamel Falcao insists he is commited to Atletico Madrid - although he has left the door open for a move away from the Spanish capital.
After scoring 36 goals last term, Falcao has started this season in blistering form, notching ten goals in his first six games.
Following Fernando Torres’ struggles last term, the Blues were heavily linked with a summer move for the Colombia international, although a bid failed to materialise.
However, suggestions that Chelsea would make on offer for Falcao further heightened after he bagged a stunning hat-trick against the European champions in August in the European Super Cup final, but the 26-year-old insists he is only thinking of continuing his career in Madrid.
Speaking to Spanish newspaper Marca, Falcao said: "I have a contract for more years. Now my reality is Atletico and I cannot think of anything else."
However, despite reiterating his commitment to Atletico, the prolific forward refused to rule out a move away in the future.
He added: "I do not know what will happen in the future. The situation depends not only on the players and leaders, but also on the economy of the clubs and even the country."