Chelsea forward Raheem Sterling’s decision on his future at the club has been revealed.
The England international, according to talkSPORT, is determined to stay at West London for another season.
Sterling joined Chelsea from Manchester City in a £47.5 million deal but has endured a difficult first season at Stamford Bridge.
The former Liverpool man was booed by Chelsea supporters during the 3-1 victory away to Bournemouth last weekend.
The owners of the West London outfit want to reduce the size of their team ahead of next season to meet Financial Fair Play Regulations.
The England international has been among the players linked with a move away in the upcoming transfer window.
But according to the report, Sterling has no plan to leave the Blues this summer and wants to be part of the club rebuild and has no plans to leave the club after just one campaign.
The report also claims that Sterling is ‘excited’ by the prospect of working under Mauricio Pochettino at Chelsea.
The club are expected to appoint Pochettino as their next permanent manager once Frank Lampard’s reign as caretaker manager ends.