Chelsea star Eden Hazard has dropped a huge hint that he's set to stay at the club next season.
The Belgian was the Blues' match-winner in the FA Cup final against Manchester United on Saturday, scoring the only goal of the game after 20 minutes.
The 27-year-old has been heavily linked with a move away from the club with Real Madrid and Manchester City believed to be interested.
Hazard sent a message to the club's board after their win at Wembley, saying Chelsea needed top-tier signings to compete again next term.
However, the Belgian has now dropped a big hint that he's set to stay by claiming the club can challenge for the title next season.
'We have a lot of top players, players who are used to winning trophies. We will be ready next season," Hazard told the Evening Standard.
'I think all of the players and the club want one thing and that's to win the title.
'Of course we will see if we can bring in some new players. But we will be focused on winning the title.'
Pep Guardiola believes Hazard is one of the few attacking players in world football that could take City to the next level.
However, Chelsea would be reluctant to let the Belgian leave - especially to a Premier League rival.