Edinson Cavani's agent insists his client is happy at Napoli and is not seeking a move elsewhere.
The Uruguayan striker was strongly linked with a switch to England over the summer, with Manchester City and Tottenham reported to be keen.
Italian giants Inter Milan were also among those believed to be monitoring his situation, with Cavani openly admitting that he would be interested in such a deal.
In the end, the 23-year-old, who is contracted to Palermo, joined none of those teams and ended up penning a season-long loan deal with Napoli.
Speculation has suggested that he may not see out the 2010/11 campaign in Naples, though, with interest in his services set to be rekindled in January.
However, Cavani's representative has been quick to play down such talk and is adamant that the South American star will be going nowhere in the New Year.
"We are very happy with the decision that we took," Claudio Angelucci told Radio CRC.
"Everything is fine with Edinson. Many teams are interested in him, but that is normal, it happens with all good players.
"I can say that Cavani is going to stay at Napoli.
"Edinson is a guy that is more mature now but is still growing a lot. He has played more than 100 games in Italian football and that's not something many players of his age have done.
"He is currently under contract and we are not searching for other places to send him because he wants to respect his contract.
"Napoli are very happy with Edinson and he is very happy in Naples.
"It makes me laugh how many great clubs have not noticed the value of Cavani before and have spent insane figures on other strikers."