Chelsea attacker Willian says he is happy at Stamford Bridge amid rumours his old manager Jose Mourinho wants to bring him to Old Trafford.

The Daily Star reports that the Brazilian is content, despite his limited amount game time this season under Italian head coach Antonio Conte.

Despite a glittering individual campaign last season, the form of Eden Hazard and former Barcelona winger, Pedro this year, along with the switch in formation which changed Chelsea’s fortune after the 3-0 loss at Arsenal, has seen the Brazilian limited to mostly substitute appearances this season.

Discussing his Chelsea future he said: “My future is here with Chelsea, I have a contract until 2020 and I’m happy.”

He also discussed the amount of playing time he has had this season:

“I know sometimes players always want to play but I understand why I’m not playing much.”

Willian was known to be a favourite of Mourinho during his time at Stamford Bridge due to his tireless work rate and defensive capabilities.

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