Juventus midfielder Sebastian Giovinco has ruled himself out of a possible loan move to West Ham.
Hammers boss Gianfranco Zola has made no secret of his admiration for the player, leading to speculation he could make a switch.
But the player's agent recently discounted a move to London and Giovinco himself says he is not looking to leave Juve, despite the fact that he has made just two Serie A starts this season.
The 21-year-old told the club's official website: "Even if I'm not playing much, I have no intention of moving nor, above all, leaving.
"Juventus are the most important club in the world and being here is the most you can ask for.
"I'm from Turin, I've grown up at this club and wearing the first team shirt is a dream come true.
"At the moment I'm only thinking about the league and the Champions League, two objectives to aim for. My dream is winning with Juventus, as an important player."
Giovinco returned to Juve in the summer after a successful loan deal at Empoli and recently signed a two-year contract extension which will keep him in Turin until 2013.