Juventus striker David Trezeguet admits he is happpy with life at Juventus and has no desire to join Chelsea.

The Premiership champions were interested in signing the French international earlier this summer for a reported £38m, but Juve were in no mood to sell.

“If Chelsea was really keen to offer such a fee that makes me happy because I experienced a difficult last season,” Trezeguet told L’Equipe.

“But I have the coach’s trust here. I feel very well at Juventus and I never think about leaving.

“I want to mark the club’s history and I think we can do it this year.”

Trezeguet belives the acquisition of Patrick Vieira from Arsenal indicates the ambition of the Turin-based club.

He added: “With the arrival of Pat the club show their ambitions. The season’s aim is to win the Champions League. To achieve it you need players but also big desire.

“Liverpool showed it with a team that was outclassed by Chelsea in their league so quality is not enough.

“I was surprised with the arrival of Pat Vieira. We had a phone call during the holidays and I thought he would stay at Arsenal.

“It seems he received Juventus’ proposition and was probably attracted by the club’s ambition.

“I am delighted with his arrival. He has been Arsenal’s image for the last few years. He will bring us something else.”