Chelsea youngster Todd Kane is not interested in leaving the Blues on a permanent deal next season and he is hopeful of an opportunity to impress new manager Antonio Conte in the summer.
Since 2012 he moved to Dutch side NEC Nijmegen and has impressed during his time in the Eredivisie.
Kane told Goal: “Unless I get the boot, I’m not going anywhere,”
“If clubs in the Championship come in for me, and I’m sure there will be a few, I wouldn’t do it. If there was a club in Europe, I’d choose that over the Championship.”
“If I have to go on loan or anything to get my chance with Chelsea, whatever it is, I’ll do it. But if it’s not Chelsea, then I’m sure there’ll be other clubs. My agent had a meeting with Chelsea. You have one year away, you go back, sit down and have a talk about the coming season. I’m not thinking about next year at all.”
About his projects: “I’ll get this year out the way, get my head down, and then come the end of the season I’ll review it. I’m not back at Chelsea until July, so there’s time to go on holiday, think, have meetings and see what options are on the table.”