Sampdoria forward Antonio Cassano has insisted the chances of him making the move to Inter Milan are 'zero'.
Cassano is preparing to lead his side into the first leg of their UEFA Champions League play-off against Werder Bremen on Wednesday night.
He heads into the match in Germany surrounded by reports linking him with a switch to Inter Milan, who recently lost Mario Balotelli to Manchester City.
However, Cassano has pledged his future to Samp, saying he has no intention of leaving the club before the end of his career.
"Inter are not weakened, because they have so many champions. But Italian football will be missing an important player," the 28-year-old told La Gazzetta dello Sport regarding Balotelli.
"For me, the chances (of joining Inter) are zero. If the president Riccardo Garrone believes differently, I don't know.
"I want to finish my career here. At Samp I'm fine, I feel like a king. The most important thing in life is happiness and here I have found it."