Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount is reportedly not considering an exit from Premier League leaders Chelsea.
The 22-year-old has established himself as a key man at Stamford Bridge, the academy graduate helping the Blues win the Champions League last season.
However, despite making eight starts and six substitute appearances this campaign, it has been claimed that the playmaker feels undervalued in West London.
With just over two-and-a-half years remaining on his contract, that has allegedly led to the likes of Liverpool and Real Madrid taking an interest in the situation.
Nevertheless, according to The Telegraph, Mount currently has no interest in departing his boyhood club, the player still happy with life in the capital.
Rather than pushing for a contract extension past 2024, the report suggests that Mount is fully focused on winning silverware in multiple competitions over the coming months.