Chelsea forward Eden Hazard has revealed that he will put pen to paper on a new contract at Stamford Bridge once teammate Thibaut Courtois does likewise.
Blues chiefs are keen to extend Hazard's current terms, which are due to expire in 2020, while goalkeeper Courtois is available on a free transfer in 18 months' time.
Belgium international Hazard has rejected suggestions that he is delaying talks over a new deal, but says he first wants compatriot Courtois to commit.
Asked if he will sign a new deal, the 27-year-old told The Mirror: "Yes. I think Thibaut first. Then I will sign."
Hazard has scored nine goals and set up four more in 27 appearances for Chelsea this term.