Chelsea loanee Gael Kakuta has claimed he has no idea on where he will play next season after the Blues sent him on loan for the six time in his short career last summer, to La Liga side Rayo Vallecano.

The 23-year-old forward moved to Stamford Bridge as a 16-year-old wonderkid in a controversial deal from Lens that nearly cost Chelsea a transfer ban; with Fifa suspending the West London side for two windows before the Court of Arbitration for Sport overturned the punishment.

Kakuta had an impressive start to life in the Stamford Bridge academy before the current Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti handed him his first team debut with the Blues during a Premier League game against Wolverhampton in 2009.

Ancelotti claimed, at the time, that the young player was the future of Chelsea but Kakuta failed to find his place in the first team and the Blues went on to loan him to Fulham, Bolton, Dijon, Vitesse and Lazio.

Kakuta failed to make the impact expected in those clubs and last summer Jose Mourinho sent him abroad to Rayo Vallecano.

Now, the French star is making such an impact in La Liga, having scored five goals and grabbed six assist, that Spanish newspaper AS are dubbing him the "Rayo Vallecano magician".

The Spanish club is reportedly likely to keep him in their ranks next season but when asked about his intentions, Kakuta, who is said to be out of contract at Chelsea at the end of the campaign, said: "I don't know. At the moment I am playing at Rayo. Then we will see.

"I am happy here because I play every game and the team are adding points. We already have a number of points. I don't know whether we will get (the qualification for the Europe League) but nothing is impossible. If we continue like that we can."