Inter Milan director Ganriele Oriali has expressed his admiration for Napoli midfielder Marek Hamsik.
The Slovakian starlet has attracted a lot of attention following a series of sparkling performances in Serie A this season.
Chelsea and Manchester United were both linked with Hamsik prior to the winter transfer window, although Napoli rejected the speculation and a move never came close to materialising.
Inter have also been keeping tabs on the talented 22-year-old and Oriali has hinted that they might consider a summer swoop.
"Hamsik could be one of those players that could be very useful for us, but not only at Inter," he told Corriere Dello Sport.
Inter will get a close look at Hamsik this Sunday when they travel to fourth-placed Napoli and Oriali is expecting a tough clash.
"Sunday's match will be very difficult because [Walter] Mazzarri's team are in excellent form," he said.
"Luckily, there will be no [Marcelo] Zalayeta, as he is our bogeyman.
"He has caused us to lose at the San Paolo over the last few seasons, and has also scored against us with Bologna."