Chelsea boss Guus Hiddink insists Thibaut Courtois is happy at Stamford Bridge, amid claims the Belgian has fallen out with the club's goalkeeping coach Christophe Lollichon.
Lollichon shared a close relationship with Courtois' predecessor Petr Cech, having previously worked with the Czech Republic international at his former club Rennes before joining him in West London in 2007.
Following Cech's move to Arsenal during last summer's transfer window, Courtois became the club's undisputed no. 1 choice in goal. However he has endured a troubled relationship with Lollichon this season, according to the Daily Mail.
Suggestions of unrest between the two have prompted reports the Belgium international could seek a move away from the Blues this summer. But while Hiddink admits the two have "different personalities", he insists the former Atletico Madrid goalkeeper is not pushing for a transfer.
"They are different personalities, we don't neglect that. But they do well. They are very professional and they work hard," Hiddink told a press conference ahead of Saturday's (7 May) Premier League clash with Sunderland, the Mirror reports.
"The most important thing is that Courtois has recently said he is very happy at Chelsea and he will stay at the club. We are all different personalities as well. But you have to cope and you have to be very professional to each other and they do.
"I check the training and it is mostly separate to the group. I see full commitment of executing the exercises."
Chelsea ended Tottenham Hotspur's Premier League title hopes on Monday 2 May in a bruising encounter at Stamford Bridge, which has since seen both clubs fined for failing to control their players and Mousa Dembele handed a ban for violent conduct.
Reflecting on the melee that followed the final whistle – which saw him pushed to the floor – Hiddink said: "For me it was a minor thing. There was a bit of pushing and I lost my balance, which doesn't happen much to me.
"There were too many chest-to-chest situations, which was not good for the game. There were too many incidents. It was a hot game, because there is always this rivalry."