Joao Moutinho is flattered by reports linking him with Chelsea, but has no intention of turning his back on Porto.
The highly-rated playmaker is just one of a number of Porto stars currently being touted as potential new recruits at Stamford Bridge.
With Andre Villas-Boas having left the Portuguese giants to take charge at Chelsea, it is expected that he will look to raid his former employers for their most prized assets.
That list includes Colombian frontman Radamel Falcao, Brazilian striker Hulk and Portugal international Moutinho.
The latter insists he has no plans to follow Villas-Boas to England, with it possible for him to fulfil his ambitions in his homeland.
"It is good to see my name associated with a great club, but it is also true I am already at a great club, FC Porto, where I will continue to work," Moutinho told O Jogo.
The 24-year-old only linked up with Porto last summer, as Villas-Boas pounced to steal him away from Sporting Lisbon.
He enjoyed a productive debut campaign at Estadio do Dragao, helping the club land domestic and European honours.