Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas has moved to play down reports of an impending swoop for Shakhtar Donetsk's Brazilian frontman Willian.
Speculation had suggested that the Stamford Bridge side were preparing to make a move for the 23-year-old before the transfer window closes.
And while Villas-Boas admits that he is well aware of Willian's talents, he insists that his ineligibility for the UEFA Champions League makes him an improbable target this month.
The Portuguese coach said: "Willian is a very interesting player, but he is cup tied in the Champions League.
"I don't think we should go for players who cannot be involved in all the competitions.
"We are not stressed regarding what we can do in this transfer window. If a good opportunity arises, we could study it, but at the moment, we are very satisfied."
While the rest of the squad jetted out to Mallorca for some warm-weather training ahead of the FA Cup tie against QPR, midfielder Frank Lampard remained in London to have tests on a calf injury which saw him substituted in the first half.
Villas-Boas had decided to leave new signing Gary Cahill out of the matchday squad at Norwich, but feels the centre-half will be fully integrated next week.
"With Cahill, there are certain principles that take time to assimilate bearing in mind our defensive organisation. He had trained hard for four days and did extremely well," the Chelsea manager said.
"We decided for [Branislav] Ivanovic on the bench because he offers the possibility of right-back and centre-back, but I am sure Gary is going to be in contention for QPR."
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