Chelsea midfielder John Obi Mikel has refused to deny reports he is set to leave Chelsea after it emerged he has stalled in extending his current deal with the current Premier League champions.
Speaking to fcnaija, the 28-year old said he is still enjoying life at Stamford Bridge and is happy with the way they have improved following their poor start to the season but hinted that he could seek greener pastures elsewhere after 11 years at the club.
When asked if he would be staying with Chelsea, he said: “I don’t know,” he told fcnaija.
“Eleven years is a long time and I am very happy that I have done everything and I have won everything with the club. I have done everything that I have to do.
“It (Chelsea) is my home and I love the place but if it happens, it happens,” he said of the possibility of leaving the club.
The 28-year old also stated however that he could still choose to remain with the Blues.
“But it is both ways. If they (Chelsea) want to extend and if I want to extend we have to see but at the minute I’m just enjoying myself and enjoying what I am doing.
“We’re getting back to normal selves so we have to keep going.”
Asked of the possibility of joining former Chelsea teammate Ramires in China after several reported interests, he said: “I don’t know but we have to wait and see but at the minute I’m just enjoying my football and I’m enjoying life with my kids and my partner.
“I love what I do and I’m very happy doing what I do now, so life is fine. If it happens in the summer that I get to move, then fine and if I get to stay, it’s also then fine.”