Chen mentioned that he is 'talking to everyone' in China about future deals, and even though there are no specifics BlackBerry bulls are confident that Chen can deliverBlackBerry Ltd ( BBRY) ( BB) jumped 6% yesterday to close at $11.09, the highest price since the middle of July, after CEO John Chen said that he was talking to major Chinese companies about possible deals to get involved in the Chinese market. But his comments in an interview with Bloomberg TV make it sound like the investor enthusiasm could be a bit premature. Sign up for our free daily newsletter "I'm here this time to look at what opportunities there might be, we have not really focused on this market. We should, it's a huge market, but it's a very highly competitive market too. We've got to find a good angle to come into the country," said Chen. China talks 'not really framed' While Chen didn't close the door on an eventual big return to the consumer space, he made it clear in the interview that the company's focus is on the enterprise business where BlackBerry Ltd ( BBRY) ( BB) is still a major player. And if Chen is going to make a big push into the Chinese market, he'll be playing to the company's strengths there as well. "I know security is important to this market, I know encryption is important to this market, I know privacy, probably will get more important in this market, and that's what we do best," said Chen.