Juan Manuel Vargas insists he is happy at Fiorentina, but admits he would be prepared to listen to offers.
The Peruvian midfielder has been the subject of intense transfer speculation over recent weeks, with clubs across Europe believed to be monitoring his situation.
The 26-year-old admits he is aware of the rumours, but is adamant that there is no truth in any of the reports written so far.
He claims to be settled in Florence, where he has spent the last two years, and will not be pushing for a move this summer.
That said, he has left the door open to potential suitors by revealing that he could be tempted into a switch were the right offer to come along.
"I like Italian football and it has allowed me to become an important player," Vargas told 24horas.com.pe.
"The market rumours? I am calm and I am not reading too much into them. I am living day by day.
"If an interesting bid is made I will evaluate, if not I will be very happy to stay at Fiorentina."
Vargas' agent is taking a similar approach to the summer, admitting that a move could come about if the right club comes calling.
"Vargas is happy in Florence, but he would consider an opportunity elsewhere if a good offer is made," Gustavo Ghezzi told Lady Radio.
"If nothing happens Vargas will remain with Fiorentina. There have been no bids so far, so we will have to see what happens when the market heats up."