Antonio Di Natale has dismissed speculation linking him with a move away from Udinese.
Di Natale was last season's top scorer in Serie A with a staggering 29 goals despite playing for a Udinese side that finished in the bottom half of the table.
Reports have emerged in recent weeks that he could be a target for Juventus when the transfer window reopens in January.
However, the 33-year-old maintains that he is still committed to Udinese and has no plans to go anywhere.
"I have a contract with Udinese until 2013, and I have every intention of terminating my career here," Di Natale told UdinEasy.
"I love being here in Friuli, and have made a choice with my heart.
"I still have a lot to give to the club, and I want to score 100 league goals with this team."
Di Natale is currently nine short of his century with 91 goals for Udinese, having joined the club in 2004.