Robin van Persie insists he is happy at Fenerbahce despite being linked with a January move to Chelsea.
The former Manchester United and Arsenal striker swapped England for Turkey over the summer and has enjoyed mixed success so far, scoring six goals in 19 appearances under Vitor Pereira.
Van Persie was allowed to depart Old Trafford after falling out of Louis van Gaal’s plans, with teenage sensation Anthony Martial arriving from Monaco as his replacement.
Van Persie helped himself to 58 goals in 105 appearances for the Red Devils, leading Sir Alex Ferguson’s side to the title in the 2012-13 campaign.
However, reports in Turkey have tipped Van Persie for a Premier League return in the winter transfer window, with Chelsea said to be interested.
It is claimed that Barcelona are also keeping tabs on the veteran forward, but Van Persie insists that he has received no offers and is happy to remain at Fenerbahce.
He told Turkish-football.com: “There is a lot of talk about Chelsea and Barcelona but I have received no offers and I am dedicated to Fenerbahce.”