Chelsea believe that star winger Willian is ready to pen a new long-term contract to stay at the club, the Daily Star reports.
The Brazil international has been the club’s standout player this season, despite their problems on the pitch, and is believed to be keen on extending his stay at Stamford Bridge.
So far this term the 27-year-old has notched eight goals and six assists, highlighting how good he’s been in comparison to the rest of his teammates.
“The club knows exactly how I feel. I am very happy here,” he said.
“It was always my dream to come here when I was playing in Ukraine the realisation of a dream. I want to stay.
“But at the same time my head is calm I am just going to see how things go. I’m happy.
“I tend to not get involved in that side of things too much.
“I leave it up to my agent to deal with it but the club knows exactly how I feel.”
Willian signed a five-year deal when he arrived from Shakhtar Donetsk in 2013, though there is no word yet about how long this new extension will be.
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