Gonzalo Higuain insists he wants to sign a permanent deal at Chelsea when his loan deal expires in the summer.
The Argentina striker joined the Blues in January on a loan deal until the end of the season but has struggled to adjust to Premier League football.
With just three goals from 11 appearances in all competitions, Higuain has generated mixed reviews from Chelsea fans.
But the 31-year-old has confirmed he wants to turn his loan deal into a permanent transfer at the end of the season.
He told Chelseas official website: Im happy here. Its always nice to try a new league and its my first taste of the Premier League.
Obviously its a period where Im adapting but Im hoping that, although Ive only got a short time, I can finish well.
The best thing we can do is qualify for the Champions League and hopefully win the Europa League too.
Were coming towards the end so its about finishing as strongly as possible. The main objective is to finish in the top four so we can play in the Champions League and also to encourage other players to come and play for the club.
Thats what the squad are hoping for, so that we can add players next season, and to finish the season well and make people happy.
The Juventus man added: From a personal point of view I want to do as well as I can so I can be here for next season. Thats my intention.
I came here and I wanted to stay. Its a good city, you live well and you can be relaxed but also enjoy yourself. So my intention is to stay here.
Asked about the differences between the Premier League and Serie A and La Liga, Higuain said: You watch the games on TV and you see that its a fast and powerful league to play in, but when youre playing its even more so.
You come up against defenders that are really strong. Also, weve seen any team can beat any other team.Read More – Source