Despite still having a contract with the reigning champions until 2013, the 30-year-old is very eager to add an extra year to that deal.
I just want to feel I am important at the club. Sometimes I don’t feel so when I see in the media that the club are thinking of selling me, and I know I’m doing great.
In fact, Malouda also wants his current boss Carlo Ancelotti, who it has been rumoured could lose his job if Chelsea fails to land any trophies at the end of the season, to stay at Stamford Bridge with him.
It’s unfair (for Carlo Ancelotti). He is one of the greatest managers. He’s good tactically. He has brought stability to the club, won the double at the first attempt.
The Blues are currently lying 6 points behind current league leaders Manchester United in the Barclays Premier League. A win against Tottenham Hotspur later on today will put the trophy within their reach.