Juan Cuadrado insists he is keeping his options open amid claims he could be given a second chance at Chelsea by possible new manager Antonio Conte.
Cuadrado, 27, signed for the Blues from Fiorentina during the January transfer window of the 2014/15 campaign. The Blues went on to win the Premier League title under Jose Mourinho that season, but the Colombia international's role in that success was a minor one.
A return to Serie A beckoned last summer when he signed for Juventus on a season-long loan. Although their paths never crossed directly in Italy, The Daily Telegraph suggest the appointment of Conte at Stamford Bridge this summer could see Cuadrado given the chance to impress the new manager, before a final decision is taken on his future at the club.
But when asked about the prospect of a return to West London, the winger insisted he is not yet thinking about his future beyond the current season with Juventus.
"I am very happy at Juventus and [not thinking about Chelsea]," Cuadrado said, Gazzetta dello Sport reported. "My only thought is to finish the season as strongly as possible. As far as what I do in the future, we will have to see what happens at the end of the season."
A return to the Premier League would represent a huge U-turn for Cuadrado, who admitted he was on the phone "every day" to seal a move away from Chelsea during the most recent summer transfer window.
"The idea of coming back to Italy attracted me a lot," Cuadrado told Uefa's official website. "I know the football here, I know the language and the people, and the truth is it feels like my second home. So when I had to decide about whether to take this chance or not, I talked to my agent every day about my return. And now I am very happy to be here at Juventus."