Fiorentina boss Cesare Prandelli has reassured fans Luca Toni will stay at the club.
Reports have suggested Toni could leave the Viola after finishing as top scorer in Serie A last term.
Toni had warned the club he may have to consider his future if the club did not reward him with a new deal.
However, Prandelli insists the Italian international will remain at Artemio Franchi.
"Toni has now reached a certain age  and it is only normal after such a season that he has some expectations," said Prandelli.
"Nevertheless, I'm sure that a solution will be found," he added.
"I spoke to him last week and he asked me when pre-season kicked off so he is already thinking about next season."
Prandelli also hinted he would be interested in a move for unhappy Internazionale striker Adriano.
Adriano has been strongly linked with a move away with Inter after growing frustrated at the Giuseppe Meazza.
Prandelli is a big admirer of Adriano having worked with the Brazilian at Parma and he admitted if he had to find a replacement for Toni he would move for Adriano.
"Who would I take out of their squad as an alternative for Toni? I have to say Adriano," added Prandelli.
"I've had him with me [at Parma] and he did good things. I would take him back really willingly."