Thibaut Courtois
Courtois is reportedly growing frustrated at his situation at Chelsea.

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says the club will not be bullied by Atletico Madrid or Barcelona regarding the future of goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois.

The Belgian stopper has never made an appearance for the Blues having spent the last two-and-a-half seasons on loan at Atletico where he has built a reputation as one of Europe's best 'keepers.

However, reports have emerged that with Chelsea showing no desire in wanting Petr Cech, 31, to move on Courtois is growing frustrated at his role at Stamford Bridge and wants a permanent move to La Liga.

Both Atletico and Barcelona have made their admiration of Courtois public in an attempt to unsettle the Chelsea man but Mourinho says the club won't be intimidated by the duo.

"We have the best goalkeeper in the world (Cech) and the best young goalkeeper in the world (Courtois)," he said. "It's a very good problem.

"Our goal is safe and financially we are also very safe - the value in the market is the value of the best.

"In this moment I don't think about it. It doesn't worry me because our situation is fantastic and everything is under our control.

"We control the situation, not Barcelona, Atletico or another team interested in our goalkeepers. We control the situation, so that's fine."

Barca are expected to ramp up their pursuit of a new goalkeeper in the coming months after Victor Valdes admitted earlier this season his intention to leave the club next summer upon the expiry of his current deal.

Courtois has provided the backbone to an Atletico side who have finished 5th and 3rd in consecutive seasons during the first two years of his loan spell while after eight wins from their first nine La Liga games the club are currently just a point behind leaders Barcelona this term.

While Courtois is the Belgium No.1 and started every game as the country qualified for the 2014 World Cup, Cech's role as the mainstay of the Chelsea goal is showing no sign of letting up as he approaches 10 years in west London.