Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has claimed he will be at Stamford Bridge until club owner Roman Abramovich decided to part ways with him.
The Portuguese boss left Real Madrid in 2013 to return to west London with a four-year-contract.
Earlier this month, Chelsea chief executive Ron Gourlay revealed the club wanted him to stay at Stamford Bridge for the next decade and Mourinho has now claimed he would be happy to fulfil the club wishes.
"I will just leave Chelsea when they want me to go. There is no country, club or investment that motivates me more. I will only leave when Abramovich call me to tell me it's over," Mourinho said, according to Marca.
The manager has claimed he is happier than ever at Chelsea and revealed he had not felt so comfortable at a club before.
"[Other times] I always had a moment to think about which was the next challenge. But [now] I'm really the 'Happy One'," he added.
Having reached his 250 game in charge at Stamford Bridge, with a 3-0 victory over Aston Villa on Saturday 27 September, Mourinho is concentrating on his long-term future at the club.
Comparing his first tenure at west London with the current one, he said: "I aim to build a team that will last a number of seasons."
"The difference is that [last time I managed Chelsea] I had no idea of staying many years but now I am going to stay until they want me to stay."
Meanwhile, after a first season without silverware, the manager believes the club are now ready to fight for trophies following the arrival of Diego Costa in the summer.
"A year ago we had some gaps," Mourinho said. "Our strikers scored their first goal away in January. At the end of the league, our strikers had scored five goals way."