Radamel Falcao has moved to dampen talk of a January switch to Chelsea by insisting he remains focused on achieving success with Atletico Madrid.
Fernando Torres' struggles in front of goal have accelerated Chelsea's search for a new centre-forward, and Falcao, who has scored 10 times in 11 league starts this season, is their top target.
Speculation regarding a January move for the Colombian sensation intensified again in the wake of Chelsea's 3-0 defeat at Juventus on Tuesday night after £50m man Torres was left out of their starting line-up.
But Falcao, who is only in his second season at Atletico, insists he wants to secure silverware in Madrid.
He told Point Press: "I can say now that I am very happy here and I am enjoying this moment, playing at a big club.
"My goal is to continue to score goals and achieve great things with my team, which is Atletico."