Inter target Carvalho may stay at Blues

<div>CHELSEA defender Ricardo Carvalho insists he still has a future at Stamford Bridge despite being pursued by former boss Jose Mourinho.<br />&nbsp;</div>
<div>The Inter Milan boss has made Carvalho and Blues team-mate Deco his two main transfer targets this summer and has instructed club president Massimo Moratti to do what it takes to lure the Portuguese pair.<br />&nbsp;</div>
<div>Both Carvalho and Deco are familiar faces to Mourinho having played for him at Porto, before Carvalho followed his mentor to Chelsea in 2004.<br />&nbsp;</div>
<div>Since then, the centre back has become a huge favourite at Stamford Bridge, forming a well-balanced defensive partnership with captain John Terry, and helping the club to back-to-back Premier League titles.<br />&nbsp;</div>
<div>Injury, however, restricted Carvalho to just 18 appearances last season, but with Inter Milan swooping amid suggestions his days in England are numbered, the 31-year-old insisted he still had plenty to offer the club. &ldquo;This year it hasn&rsquo;t gone well at Chelsea because I was injured,&rdquo; he said. &ldquo;But prior to that, I had enjoyed four fantastic seasons and you don&rsquo;t forget that. Deco&rsquo;s situation and mine are very different. I have been at Chelsea for five years while he has only been there one. I am not sure if he wants to change. With regards to me, my last year here was one to forget about but I could also remain. But if Chelsea wants to sell me that&rsquo;s fine by me.&rdquo;<br />&nbsp;</div>
<div>Moratti earlier said: &ldquo;Mourinho has asked us for Deco and Carvalho and we are working towards making him happy. I have seen the players&rsquo; intention is to join us. We still haven&rsquo;t reached an agreement with Chelsea but I think we will do in a short time.&rdquo;<br />&nbsp;</div>
<div>Carvalho, however, insists he is yet to speak to Mourinho about a move to the San Siro. &ldquo;I have not spoken to Mourinho in a long time and I have neither spoken to our new manager Carlo Ancelotti,&rdquo; he added. &ldquo;Next week I will meet the club and discuss my future.&rdquo;</div>