"There are a lot of rumours linking me with a number of clubs. But I have two years remaining on my contract," he told L'Equipe. "At the moment, I am focused on Chelsea and our run-in until the end of the season.
"The rumours with me moving to Inter with [former Blues boss] Jose Mourinho? I have heard these reports.
"They talk about me at Real Madrid too, it is flattering but not topical."
Drogba also urged manager Avram Grant to partner him up front with January signing Nicolas Anelka on a more regular basis.
"I ask for one thing, to play with Nicolas Anelka. We understand each other very well," he added. "I feel frustrated for Anelka, he has already proved his qualities at Bolton. But the coach wants to keep a 4-3-3 system - he has his own reasons.
"I have always scored more goals in a 4-4-2 formation. Being alone up front is very difficult and tiring."