Chelsea midfielder Oscar insists he has no intention of leaving Stamford Bridge, despite reports suggesting manager Jose Mourinho is ready to consider offers for him.
Oscar, 23, has been regularly hauled off by the Chelsea boss this season, having completed just six of the 24 Premier League games he has started this term.
The Brazil international has failed to finish 90 minutes of a game since the end of January, prompting speculation suggesting Mourinho is unimpressed with his work rate and will allow the player to leave the club this summer.
The Daily Mail now reports that Liverpool are among the clubs ready to bid for Oscar should he be made available at the end of the season but the former Internacional youngster stresses he is happy at Chelsea.
He told Perform: "I'm very happy here. I get along with everyone here and the club shows its praise to me. Chelsea is one of the best clubs in the world so I can't see why I would think of leaving the club."
Oscar's performances in the number 10 role for the Blues last season saw him become Mourinho's first choice in that position at the expense of Juan Mata, who was sold to Manchester United in the 2013 January transfer window.
While Oscar is happy with his contribution to the Chelsea cause this season, he acknowledges there are still areas to improve on.
He said: "I'm very happy with Chelsea's season so far. I'm happy with my own performances as well but reckon that I could have contributed more to the team.
"There are different tactics depending on the opponent we face and we respect the manager choices. Sometime I ended up not playing the entire match but I'm doing my best to fulfil my role. So yes, I'm happy with my performances."
Oscar arrived at Stamford Bridge in the summer of 2012, costing the club a reported £20m ($30m).