Chelsea playmaker Oscar reiterated that he will not leave Stamford Bridge anytime soon amid interest coming from French giants Paris Saint Germain.
The Brazil international has featured regularly for the Blues under Jose Mourinho's term despite having been signed by the latter's predecessor, Rafael Benitez, in 2012.
"Jose (Mourinho) has shown me I can be one of the best," Oscar told Sky Sports.
"The manager has given me this confidence and I have grown better and better under him. Now I just hope I can keep on getting better and win titles with him at the end of the season."
He has tallied a total of 9 goals and 9 assists in the Premier League and the Champions League alone in 29 starts.
The 22-year-old revealed that he doesn't mind the rotation scheme being employed by the Portuguese manager due to the volume of matches that the west Londoners are confronted with.
"The team is top of the Premier League and the manager has his own way of playing. He alternates quite a bit because we have a lot of games," he said.
"But that's normal. I'm playing well at Chelsea and am in my prime right now."
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