Chelsea striker Hernan Crespo is adamant he is not looking for a return to Italy.The Argentinian insists his views have been misrepresented and is happy to help Chelsea in their quest to win more silverware to add to last season's Premiership title and Carling Cup. 'I don't like this (speculation). I think I am a professional and I play with my heart at Chelsea. I want to win a lot of trophies,' he told the club's official website. 'In June I don't know what will happen because in the last four years I have always changed club. I want to stay here. But I don't know what is happening.' He added: 'Complaining about my current situation at Chelsea is the last thing on my mind. In fact it's quite the opposite. 'My relationship with (Jose) Mourinho is very good and I understand that it's impossible to play every game, so from a working point of view, there is no issue. 'The team is in very good shape, there is a sense of strength about us and we are proud of that.'