Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas is anxious to drag out his stay at Stamford Bridge as the Spaniard eyes another agreement.
Fabregas – who landed from childhood club Barcelona in 2014 – is set to wind up a free operator toward the finish of the Premier League season.
The 31-year-old began in Chelsea’s 1-0 Europa League prevail upon Vidi on Thursday, be that as it may, he is yet to include in the Premier League this term.
Be that as it may, Fabregas still needs to broaden his agreement at Chelsea, where he has won two group titles and the FA Cup.
“I’m extremely open about it,” Fabregas said. “To be the fair the club have not said anything.
“Toward the day’s end I have eight months left and right now I’m no more. Be that as it may, I’d love to remain at the club.
“I’ve been exceptionally glad throughout the previous four years and a half. We’ve had extraordinary achievement, won numerous things.
“I think I have a decent comprehension with the fans and players. I believe despite everything I have a ton of football left in me however it is presently up to the club.”
Knee damage intruded on Fabregas’ begin to the season, with the previous Barca and Arsenal star saying: “I just returned from troublesome damage. I’m still some of the time feeling it a smidgen. It is hard to stay there and not helping the group when you know you could include something.”
In spite of having a bit-influence job behind Jorginho, Fabregas is cherishing life under head mentor Maurizio Sarri.
“I feel sensations under Sarri that I never figured I would feel again,” said Fabregas, who has played under Arsene Wenger, Pep Guardiola, Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte before.
“I wish he came somewhat before to be straightforward. It’s somewhat late now in my profession. Certainly I’m exceptionally content with him.”