I am not happy with life in London - Chelsea striker Diego Costa

I am not happy with life in London - Chelsea striker Diego Costa

I am not happy with life in London - Chelsea striker Diego Costa

As reported by the Evening Standard, Costa said: "I have another two years on my contract". "I tell them that I am very happy at Chelsea".

"Even though it has been nice for the past few days, sometimes you can go for more than a week without seeing the sun shine and it affects him".

"I think Marcos is playing a really good season and it is great for him to show his quality with the free-kick".

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"If you are in a team that is winning, you always want to stay, for the allotted amount of time", Costa added. "But I'm not saying I'm happy with my life in London, because that is something totally different - the one thing has nothing to do with the other". "It has nothing to do with it".

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But Costa also says he would be content to remain with the West London club while they are achieving success. However, he has left that little bit of uncertainty with his comments as an exit from London could still be a possibility this summer if the right offer comes in to satisfy both the club and player. "It has nothing to do with it".

Crystal Palace's Jeffrey Schlupp in action with Chelsea's Diego Costa during their Premier League match at Stamford Bridge, April 1, 2017.

Costa played a fundamental part in Chelsea's title-winning campaign in 2014/15 and will be determined to secure another league winners' medal this year.

Costa will be determined to end his mini drought in front of goal when Chelsea face Manchester United away next weekend.

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