Chelsea star Willian insists he is hoping to win many more trophies with Chelsea amid speculation he is looking to leave the Premier League champions.
The Brazil international has been used sparingly by Antonio Conte this season, but made the most of a rare starting opportunity by scoring twice in the midweek Champions League win over Qarabag.
Reports from his native Brazil earlier this week claimed the 29-year-old would look to quit Stamford Bridge should Conte remain in charge beyond the summer with Manchester United said to be interest.
Willian confirmed talks took place between his agent and Jose Mourinho in the summer and the United boss could look to reignite his interest when the transfer window reopens in January.
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After making his 200th Chelsea appearance following his move from Shakhtar Donetsk in 2013, Willian insisted he is currently focused on creating more happy memories with the west London club.
He said: ‘Yes, of course, it’s a big honour for me to make 200 appearances for Chelsea, a big club.
‘I’m really happy about that. It’s gone quickly. Already I’ve been here for four years and I have many great memories. I’ve won two Premier League titles and one League Cup, and now I hope to play more games and win more trophies.
‘I’m happy because the whole team played well against Qarabag, not just me. It was a very important game, we did our job and I scored two goals, so I hope I can continue to play in that way.’