Cesc Fabregas has revealed that he wants to extend his contract with the Premier League Champions Chelsea.
Fabregas who signed for the Blues in 2014 from La Liga giant Barcelona and the 30-year-old Spain international who still has 18 months remaining on his current deal, although recent speculation has linked him with a surprise move away from Stamford Bridge.
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a policy whereby players over the age of 30 are only offered one-year contract extensions, but Fabregas insists that he is still feeling young and hopes to stay at Stamford Bridge for a long time to come.
"Would I like to renew? Yes, because it is a club that has always treated me well. I believe the fans have a lot of respect for me and I have a lot of respect for them. I have given my all for the club for the last three-and-a-half years," he told Standard Sport.
"This is a fantastic club for me and I have had a fantastic time here. Hopefully, another contract will happen. Time will tell. I know that people panic after players reaches 30 and stuff like that, but I don't believe in this. I feel well, I feel young in my mind. I train every day as hard as possible.
"I think in the last 48 games I have played in 47, and I only missed one because I was suspended against Tottenham in August. I always try to give my best. I will play at any moment, even when I'm sick or not 100%."
Former Arsenal star Fabregas has won two Premier League titles and one League Cup during his three years at Stamford Bridge.