Chelsea summer signing Pedro Rodriguez insists he is happy at Stamford bridge and is not looking to leave the club he joined six months ago, according to Standard sport.
The winger joined Chelsea from Barcelona last summer in a £22m deal and has struggled to impress since joining the West London club.
He was then linked with a move out of Stamford bridge back to Spain with Atletico Madrid reportedly keen on the winger but he has ruled out a move back to Spain insisting he is contented with life in London.
Pedro said: “I’m happy here. This information that I’m not is false. I am very satisfied to be here in this club.
“I am happy with the supporters and this team. Obviously the situation is not good but together it is possible for us to climb the table.
The winger is also excited to work with new Chelsea boss Guus Hiddink and has backed the former Netherland’s coach to improve the Blues squad.
“Guus Hiddink is a very good coach and I am sure the club are confident about him. He spoke with me after the Sunderland game for a minute in Spanish and I had a good feeling. For me it was perfect. He was telling me is happy here and with the team.”
Pedro scored in the Blues 3-1 victory over Sunderland on Saturday and it was his second league goal in a Chelsea shirt.