Chelsea target in no rush to leave Everton

13:14 15 November 2012

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Everton's Marouane Fellaini celebrates scoring against Fulham. Photo credit: Johanthan Brady/PA wire

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Everton’s Marouane Fellaini has hinted at an exit to play for ‘one of the biggest clubs’ but says will be prepared to wait.

The Belgian midfielder has scored six goals in 13 games this season to fire the Goodison Park side into the Premier League top four.

His stunning form has seen him linked with move away from the Toffees and Chelsea have been one of the club linked to the 25-year-old despite a contract that runs to 2016.

Fellaini admits he’s aware of interest in him from other clubs but knows time is on his side.

“There is in interest in me,” he said, adding: “But Everton are an ambitious club as well.

“I don’t think they will let their best players go just like that.

“I want to play for one of the biggest clubs one day. But I am patient.”

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