Michael Ballack and Andriy Shevchenko have reaffirmed their commitment to Chelsea and said they see their long-term futures at Stamford Bridge.
The Germany and Ukraine internationals have struggled to make an impact in west London following their joint-arrival in the summer of 2006.
Rosy outlook: Chelsea duo want to stay
Ballack, 31, has suffered with injury while Shevchenko has failed to repeat his goalscoring exploits which placed a £30 million valuation on the strikers' shoulders when he joined from AC Milan.
Shevchenko has long been linked with a return to Italy, while Ballack's stop-start career with the FA Cup holders has thrown his future into doubt.
The big-name duo, however, have said they are not seeking a move away from the club and are content with their lives in England.
Ballack, who has only two years left to run on his contract, said: "At the moment I am completely happy here.
"My family and I have adjusted to life in England, I have a contract, and no desire to switch clubs.
"I am playing for a great team and hope to achieve great things.
"What comes when my contract expires, we'll just have to see. Whether I stay another year, go somewhere else of hang up my boots - you never know in football."
Shevchenko, meanwhile, has said he will not go back to Milan despite enjoying a highly successful seven-year spell at the San Siro where he won the Serie A title and Champions League.
"I am delighted with the mark I left behind at Milan and gave the best I had in seven glorious seasons," he said.
The 31-year-old has said he wants to leave that success in the past and that in 18-year-old Brazilian Alexandre Pato, Milan have a future star in the making.
"My life is at Chelsea now, I have served my time with Milan. I am at a big club and the team is doing well. Life is not only about the past.
"I love Milan and I love Italy, and I have always said that. There is always somebody to take your place and the future is Pato.
"He understands the game and finds gaps. I never liked standing still, and I can see that he doesn't like it either. At only 18, he is already so good."