Eden Hazard told ESPN that he will make a decision about Chelsea's future at the end of the season and that it would be "difficult" for the club to lose the Champions League for the second consecutive year.
Hazard was linked to a summer transfer to Real Madrid, with his Chelsea team-mate Gonzalo Higuain who told ESPN that it would be difficult to prevent the Belgian from leaving Stamford Bridge if he made up his mind to switch to the Spanish giants.
According to reports, Chelsea has set a price of £ 100 million for the attacker, although director Maurizio Sarri said that after Hazard's resounding performance against West Ham United on Monday, 100 million would be "too cheap" for the 28 year old.
"I'm focused on Chelsea," Hazard told ESPN.
"A month to play, the top four, try to win the Europa League. For the fans I think the most important thing is when they see me on the pitch they just think that my head is with Chelsea.
"So we'll see later."
Chelsea will face a battle to return to the Champions League before next season. Hazard's two goals against West Ham sent Chelsea to third place in the Premier League standings and again over Tottenham and Arsenal in the race for the top four, but the team had a tough run with trips in Liverpool and Manchester United.
The club could also qualify for the Champions League by winning the Europa League, where they will face Slavia Prague in the quarter-final first leg against Thursday.
If Chelsea were to miss, it would be the second consecutive year not to be qualified for the competition – after finishing fifth place under Antonio Conte last season.
And with the club unable to sign any players until July 2020 due to a two-window FIFA transfer ban, Hazard said Chelsea would be at a disadvantage if they let him play in the Europa League again next season.
"Two years in a row that don't play in the Champions League is difficult for the players, but also for the club," said Hazard.
"Chelsea have to play in the Champions League every year, but it is difficult because we are not the only team that is trying to play in the Champions League.
"But that's why we're doing everything right now to try and stay in the top four."