Juan Mata insists he will not be considering his future at Manchester United should Jose Mourinho take over at Old Trafford.
Mata, 28, enjoyed stellar success at Stamford Bridge prior to his move to United, twice being named the club's Player of the Season in 2012 and 2013. But following Mourinho's return to the club in the summer of 2013, the Spain international soon fell out of favour and was sold to United for £37.1m just six months into the Portuguese's first season back in west London.
A reunion between the two could be on the cards amid mounting speculation suggesting Mourinho will replace Louis van Gaal at the United helm at the end of the season.
Mata says he will continue to give his all for the club, regardless of who is in charge.
When asked about Mourinho's possible arrival at the club, Mata told AS: "I do not know. In a club like United there are always many rumours of coaches and players, especially when there are bad results or when the end of the season I arrives. I gave everything and I will continue to give the club everything."
The former Real Madrid boss has remained tight-lipped on where his next destination will be, but has assured he will be back in management next season.
"Of course I miss it. In July I will be back. So we are in May. May to July is nothing. I keep enjoying my life, which I'm doing, keep enjoying my family. But in July I will be back," Mourinho said.