The agent of Fiorentina forward Stevan Jovetic claims his client has no desire to leave the club, despite attracting interest from the likes of Chelsea.
Reports in Italy continue to suggest that the Blues are doing all they can to put a summer deal in place for the highly-rated 22-year-old.
A big-money bid is said to have been knocked back by Fiorentina, with the club reluctant to part with a player who is yet to reach his peak.
They feel the Montenegro international can be a key performer for them for many years to come, justifying their decision to snap him up from Partizan Belgrade in 2008.
Jovetic will not be querying that stance, with his representative making it clear that the youngster has every intention of honouring a contract that is due to run until 2016.
"Jovetic can become the new (Roberto) Baggio, he has all the qualities," Fali Ramadani told tuttomercatoweb.
"Any offers that do arrive must be made to Fiorentina, not to me.
"Stevan is happy in Fiorentina and his future is in Tuscany.
"The interest of great clubs does not interest us as he has a long-term contract with Fiorentina."