Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas has denied rumours that he's looking to boost his side's top-four challenge by launching a bid for Shakhtar Donetsk's Brazilian forward Willian.
Willian, 23, was also linked with a move to Arsenal last summer following the departures of Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri and, though Villas-Boas has admitted to finding the Brazilian "interesting", insists his Champions League ineligibility makes any such transfer unlikely.
"Willian is a very interesting player, but he is cup tied in the Champions League," Villas-Boas said. "I don't think we should go for players who cannot be involved in all the competitions.
"We are not stressed regarding what we can do in this transfer window. If a good opportunity arises we could study it but, at the moment, we are very satisfied."
Though the ex-Porto manager appears relaxed about any need to strengthen his squad, he has already signed defender Gary Cahill from Bolton Wanderers and says the defender may make his debut in the Premier League fixture against QPR.
"With Cahill, there are certain principles that take time to assimilate bearing in mind our defensive organisation. He had trained hard for four days and did extremely well," he said.
"We decided for [Branislav] Ivanovic on the bench because he offers the possibility of right-back and centre-back, but I am sure Gary is going to be in contention for QPR."
Any move for Willian would raise further doubts over the future of midfielder Frank Lampard following alleged indifferences with Villas-Boas.