Chelsea winger Pedro has ruled out the possibility of Stamford Bridge exit this summer.
Spanish winger has struggled for game time last campaign, starting just making 21 appearances for the Blues in the Premier League and Champions League.
It saw the 30-year-old winger to miss out on a place in the 23-man squad for Spain’s World Cup squad, despite him claiming the trophy back in 2010.
However, Pedro insists he will be happy to remain at Stamford Bridge, where he’s won the FA Cup and the Premier League trophy since joining them from Barcelona back in 2015.
“I have a contract at Chelsea, and most likely I will stay. I’m good here,” he said.
“I’m very comfortable with my team-mates and, in football terms I’m very happy for having won the Premier League and the FA Cup in three years.
“I’m happy because it’s always difficult to win trophies in England.
“I’m enjoying my holidays right now, getting some rest and spending time with family, and then start the new season in the best way.”
The Blues are expected to sack Antonio Conte this summer, with the likes of Maurizio Sarri, Laurent Blanc and Zinedine Zidane linked with the job.
And Spaniard is determined to make it work under whoever takes over Antonio Conte’s job.
“We know there might be some changes, we’re awaiting,” he added. “If a new manager comes, we’ll try to work in the best way possible.”