Salomon Kalou has refused to reveal whether he plans to sign a new contract at Chelsea.
The Blues are keen to tie the Ivorian forward down on fresh terms as his current deal is set to expire next summer.
The 24-year-old has spent the last three years at Stamford Bridge, and has matured into a fine attacking talent.
A lack of opportunities at Chelsea has, however, led to speculation regarding his future.
Arsenal have been linked with a move in the past, while former Blues boss Joe Mourinho is said to be keen on taking him to Inter Milan.
Kalou is set to sit down with his current employers in the near future to talk about his plans, but he is giving nothing away at present.
He admits he is flattered to be mentioned alongside some of Europe's biggest clubs, but has stopped short of suggesting that he is keen to move on.
"We have to wait and see what happens," Kalou told skysports.com.
"I am relaxed. My contract this season is important as I need to be playing football and play well for my country.
"Having teams interested in me shows I am doing well, so let's wait and see."