Chelsea centre-back Andreas Christensen has reiterated that he is keen on to remain at Stamford Bridge beyond this campaign.

The player’s father has recently offered him to the foreign team ahead of the January transfer window by revealing that the academy product wasn’t happy with his first-team minutes at the club.

Danish defender had to settle for appearances in cup competitions, however, he has started three Premier League games since December and has been a continued presence at the Europe League competition.

Amid rumoured interest from German champions Bayern Munich and La Liga giants Barcelona in his services, however, the 23-year-old defender has once again stressed that he is keen on to remain at Stamford Bridge despite the transfer speculations.

“It is always difficult when I speak in Danish and it gets mistranslated. I haven’t had a conversation with the club but I want to stay here,” he is quoted as saying by talkSPORT.

“I’ve said I’d like to stay, but they haven’t said I’m definitely staying. I’ve said what I want to happen and that was definitely staying.

“I’ve still got a long contract. I’m still proud to be a Chelsea player. I’ve been here since I was 16. The club have done a lot for me.”

The 23-year-old defender has made his Chelsea debut four-and-a-half years ago and is contracted with the club until 2022.

Meanwhile, another Chelsea star Callum Hudson-Odoi could be keen on to remain at Stamford Bridge if Eden Hazard completes his dream move to Real Madrid in the summer.