Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has dismissed rumours linking goalkeeper Petr Cech with a move away from the club after several clubs including AC Milan, Arsenal and Paris Saint Germain were linked with the goalkeeper.
Cech has lost his number one goalkeeping position at the club this season with Thibaut Courtois preferred ahead of him.
He said about the rumours: "On which Mickey Mouse website? On which Mickey Mouse blog? Some websites don't even know where they get their stories. I have zero proposals for Petr Cech. Petr has a contract for two more years, he's a fantastic professional. Not once has he knocked on my door to inform me about his desire to accept some proposal."
The Blues' manager also said that Diego Costa has 'completely recovered' from any hamstring and pelvis problems after he was given the international break off following his omission from the Spanish national squad - and says that Andre Schurrle is available after illness.
Mourinho expressed doubt over the fitness of midfielder Ramires but has said he could play if called upon.
He said: "John [Obi] Mikel I don't know, he only got back this morning. Diego Costa is totally recovered, the same with Schurrle. Fabregas hopefully will be fit, Ramires can play, his injury is improving, but he is not in very good condition."
Chelsea face West Bromwich Albion this weekend at Stamford Bridge, and there is still talk surrounding a possible unbeaten season for Mourinho's side - and one bookmaker has already paid out on them winning the title having taken 29 points from 11 games - but said complacency won't be a factor if they lose a game this season.