Sought-after striker Edinson Cavani insists he wants to have a shot at firing Napoli to glory before moving elsewhere.
Manchester City are reported to be interested in the Uruguay international, who has scored three Champions League goals against them this season.
Chelsea and Paris St Germain are also thought to be considering a move for the 24-year-old, who is idolised by the San Paolo faithful.
But, for the time being, the ex-Palermo forward is committed to seeing if Napoli's current squad can bring back the success inspired by Diego Maradona in the late 80s.
"It's an honour to know there are many important coaches who are interested in me," he told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
"These are managers who only coach prestigious clubs. I'll probably be fine working with them.
"But for the moment, Napoli is best for me. The fans show affection and make me feel important. I am enjoying the moment and want to win with this shirt.
"Thinking that we are following in the footsteps of Maradona and Careca is something very beautiful, it's the greatest satisfaction."
However, Cavani, who is under contract till 2016, believes he is already at the required level to play for one of Europe's elite.
"I feel ready for anything," he added. I'm not afraid of anything and I don't fear comparisons.
"Who knows, tomorrow there could also be an option other than Napoli, we will see in the future."