Didier Drogba has hinted he could stay with Chelsea beyond the end of the season as he hopes to continue his adventure with the club.
The Ivory Coast international is out of contract in the summer and the veteran striker has been linked with a move to Chinese Super League side Shanghai Shenhua.
It had been thought Drogba, who played a key role in Wednesday's UEFA Champions League triumph over Napoli, wants a longer deal than the one-year offer the Blues had made.
"A lot of people said it would be my last match in the Champions League," he told Canal+. "The adventure goes on!
"It was important to win the match. We have a good state of mind. We're trying to do our best. We know we have a lot of things to be forgiven for. It's a beautiful win.
"My future at Chelsea? I hope to go on as long as possible. I am not master of my own fate.
"I'm happy at Chelsea and I want to go on experiencing such moments and joy. I hope there will be a lot more."