Chelsea's Daniel Sturridge says his future remains at Stamford Bridge despite a blistering loan spell with Bolton Wanderers.
As the former Manchester City marksman was well down Carlo Ancelloti's pecking order he joined Bolton on loan until the summer.
The 21-year-old has proved a shrewd capture for Owen Coyle as his weekend double against West Ham took his impressive tally for the club to six goals from just eight league appearances.
Sturridge is cup-tied for Bolton's FA Cup semi-final with Stoke and he has now rejected speculation that he could quit Stamford Bridge on a permanent basis in order to secure regular first-team football.
"I see my future with Chelsea," said Sturridge.
"I don't have any other aims but to become a regular there.
"If I can achieve that, then great, but if not I obviously would have to assess what's going to happen.
"But I'm a Chelsea players and I love playing for the club."