Jose Mourinho gives update on his and John Terry's contract situation

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Jose Mourinho addressed reporters ahead of Chelsea's game with Burnley this weekend.

Jose Mourinho has said reports of him signing a new contract at Chelsea are a non-story but has stated he wants to stay at the club and doesn't want to move elsewhere.

The Blues boss currently had two years left on his deal at Stamford Bridge and a report in the Times suggested he was going to commit to an extension at the club, and commented on John Terry's future, with the captain saying he wants to extend his stay at the club.

Mourinho told reporters: "I have two more years on my contract. I want to stay, I think the club is happy too. I'm not waiting for offers, I'm not going to give any space for speculation or for interest of other clubs. I want to stay, I don't want to go, I don't need a contract just now.

"I think everybody wants to stay, and especially him.

"I think he accepted our politic of after a certain age going year after year [with contracts] and John accepted that with a smile and as a challenge. Last season he won the challenge by performing so well and getting awarded a one-year extension and this year he is winning the challenge."

The indications so far are that Terry will be offered a new deal he keeps performing to the same level he has throughout this season. Also, whether or not Mourinho is about to sign a new deal, he appears very happy in West London and unwilling to move from the club any time in the near future.

He is likely to be in action this weekend against Burnley in the Premier League, and after a tough encounter against Paris Saint Germain in the French capital - with their last 16 tie level a 1-1 after the first leg - Mourinho reported that only John Obi-Mikel will be absent from the squad for this weekend's clash with the Clarets, but said Eden Hazard was lucky not to be injured after the attention he received from the French champions.

His comments about Hazard will be something he hopes affords one of his star players more protection from the more aggressive challenges so he stays fit enough to spearhead Chelsea's challenge for silverware.

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