Alessandro Rosina has pledged to focus on his future at Torino despite reports linking him with Arsenal.
The gifted young striker has scored eight goals in Serie A this season and has seen his reputation grow with a number of impressive performances.
Both Roma and Milan are believed to be pursuing Rosina, although rumours in his home country suggest that Arsene Wenger has dispatched his scouts to compile a report on the Italian youth international.
Despite growing talk of a possible transfer, Rosina insists he is only thinking of prolonging his progression with Granata.
"I want to continue in Torino's jersey," Rosina told Italian daily La Stampa.
"There is a lot of talk about my future, but for my contract there is time, as president Urbano Cairo always says.
"I'm not saying there is a long time, but I want to underline a few things.
"I wish coach [Alberto] Zaccheroni all the best because I hold him in big esteem and he has been a really important coach for me.
"I have never criticised him and his sacking was a loss for the whole team."
Torino president Cairo has also underlined that Rosina is still contracted to the club for another two seasons.
"He has a deal with us until 2009," said Cairo.
"It's clear he is making the difference for this Torino team and that he is followed a lot.
"But the will to renew is down to both sides."