CHELSEA have cooled their previous interest in Callum Wilson, according to Sky Sports.

The Blues have been linked with a move for the Cherries striker for more than a year, before he penned a new long-term contract at Vitality Stadium in the summer.

And despite Chelsea's transfer ban now being lifted, the reports claims they will "not be bidding" for Wilson during this transfer window.

Wilson has scored just once for Cherries since September, in this month's FA Cup win over Luton Town.

As well as "watching" Wilson, the Blues are also said to have been "scouting" Nathan Ake with a £40million buy-back clause in place to re-sign the defender.

But Sky say Frank Lampard is not planning a move for either player, instead "focusing their attention on other targets".