Chelsea attacker Callum Hudson-Odoi is reportedly determined to stay and fight for his place in Thomas Tuchel's team.
The 20-year-old struggled to become a consistent part of Tuchel and Frank Lampard's plans last season, starting just 10 Premier League games for the Blues.
Bayern Munich tried and failed to prise Hudson-Odoi away from the club last term, but a recent report claimed that Chelsea could attempt to strike a swap deal involving the Englishman and Kingsley Coman.
However, The Sun claims that Hudson-Odoi has no interest in leaving Stamford Bridge and wants to fight to regain a starting berth in Tuchel's setup.
Amid intense speculation surrounding a possible exit for Hakim Ziyech, the report adds that Hudson-Odoi is optimistic about his chances of more first-team opportunities should the Moroccan depart.
The three-cap England international ended the 2020-21 season with five goals and five assists in all tournaments, and his deal at Stamford Bridge does not expire until 2024.