Florent Malouda believes Nicolas Anelka would have no hesitation in signing a new contract at Chelsea.
The French forward is yet to pen an extension to his current terms, fuelling speculation that he could be on the move this summer.
The 31-year-old has spent the last two seasons at Stamford Bridge, helping the Blues to two FA Cup triumphs and a Premier League title.
Chelsea insist they are keen to keep Anelka on board and talks regarding a new contract remain ongoing.
Malouda feels it is only a matter of time before an agreement is reached, with the tricky winger of the opinion that his fellow countryman has no desire to move on.
"I know that he wishes to stay and extend his contract," said Malouda.
"Now it's just a straight discussion between him and the club but I know there have been discussions between them.
"Things are very good for him. During the transfer window there is always speculation but there is no doubt."
Malouda sees no reason why any player would want to leave Chelsea right now, with the Blues having wrapped up a domestic Double on Saturday when they edged out Portsmouth in the FA Cup final.
The aim now is to build on that success next season, with a first UEFA Champions League crown towards the top of their list of priorities.
"In a team like Chelsea you want to win everything," said Malouda.
"Our ambition has to grow and we have to be regularly on top of the league. If you stay too relaxed that's when you start to fall down.
"We will come back with more appetite and next year we should try to add something.
"We have the quality to do that, you just have to see the amount of goals we scored, but we may have to be more consistent. There were moments where we dropped points.
"I don't know how many changes are required, that's not my role. The manager has a lot of experience and knows what was missing from us this season and what will bring something more."