Juan Manuel Vargas insists he is happy to stay at Fiorentina next season.
The Peru international has been linked with a summer switch from the Serie A outfit.
Juventus has been mentioned as a possible destination for the 27-year-old midfielder, while Russian side Zenit St Petersburg are also thought to be interested in securing his services.
But Vargas, who is under contract until 2013, is not seeking a summer departure from the Stadio Artemio Franchi.
"I have had an excellent relationship with the club and the fans since I first joined the club," he told La Repubblica.
"The Della Valle family, who own the team, have always expressed great belief in my ability and have always backed me.
"I thus see no reason why I should have any intention to say goodbye to the Viola shirt for next season."
Vargas, who is currently on international duty at the Copa America, joined Fiorentina in a €12million move from Catania in 2008.
He has gone on to score 12 goals in 80 Serie A games for the Viola and is captain of Peru.
Meanwhile, the Viola have loaned 20-year-old Max Taddei to Carrarese.