Cesc Fabregas is fully focused on playing for Chelsea and working under new head coach Antonio Conte.
The midfielder was left on the substitutes’ bench for the entirety of over West Ham on Monday.
Reports in Tuesday’s national press linked the Spaniard with a move away from Stamford Bridge, with Real Madrid, Juventus and former club Barcelona mooted as potential suitors.
However, according to Sky Sports the 29-year-old is keen to prove his worth under Antonio Conte.
Antonio Conte said: “Cesc is Chelsea’s player, and I’m happy about him, with his attitude and behaviour
“He must know from before that when we are a great team like Chelsea it can happen that I have to take a decision before the game to choose a starting XI.
“That can happen that Fabregas is not in the starting XI, but it can happen for all the players. It’s important to see always the right attitude. Because we must fight this season and it’s important to stay together in every situation.”