Sampdoria star Giampaolo Pazzini admits he is honoured to be linked with a switch to Juventus.
The 25-year-old joined Samp just over 12 months ago from Fiorentina.
He has impressed hugely since arriving at the Luigi Ferraris, with 21 goals.
Now Juventus are said to be making him their top-target for the summer.
"I have been told about those reports," said Pazzini.
"It gives me pleasure to know that a team as important as Juve can be interested in me.
"It only makes me proud that Juve would consider me as a target.
"But I focus on the present and right now I only want to do well with Sampdoria."
Chelsea link persists
Pazzini, who scored the first ever goal at the new Wembley Stadium in 2007, has continuously been linked with a move to Chelsea.
But he insists that he has not been in contact with Blues boss Carlo Ancelotti.
"I have not been contacted by anyone and Ancelotti has not called me," said the 25-year-old.
"I am happy at Sampdoria and I feel really good playing in Italy. Serie A, even with all its defects, is a league that I really like."
The Italy international is under contract with Sampdoria until June 2012.