Coveted Napoli midfielder Marek Hamsik has signed a long-term deal to keep him with the Serie A side until 2016.
The Slovak star's fine performances have seen him linked with the likes of Chelsea, Manchester City and Paris St Germain.
But the 24-year-old has now committed his long-term future to Napoli, who he joined from Brescia in 2007.
Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis told Sky Italia: "He has just signed a renewal until 2016, I believe there won't be uncontrollable urges to go away (on his part).
"He's a level-handed person, he's part of our family. When he was 20, it seemed he was 30, he has always had a good head on his shoulders."
Regarding links to PSG, De Laurentiis added: "They have money and a great coach like Carlo Ancelotti. Paris is beautiful but also uncomfortable and then the Neapolitans are more likeable."
Napoli hold a 3-1 advantage over Chelsea ahead of Wednesday's UEFA Champions League last-16 second leg clash at Stamford Bridge.
De Laurentiis added: "The match with Chelsea will be a grand final for us.
"Napoli has reached high levels with Diego Maradona (in the past), now we are a new team.
"But we are growing and every Champions League game is important for us, we will play to the maximum."