Edinson Cavani is fully focused on Napoli and has dismissed reports linking him with a move to Real Madrid.
The Uruguayan striker has insisted he will not be following Walter Mazzari out of the club after he scored 29 goals in Serie A this season, making him the club’s third-highest goalscorer in their history.
Cavani’s goals helped Napoli finish second in the league behind Juventus – their highest position since 1990 when Diego Maradona inspired them to their second title.
He arrived in Naples in July 2010 having impressed at Palermo and is now coveted by leading clubs from all across Europe.
Cavani’s 104 goals for the Napoli leaves him seven goals adrift of Attila Salustro and 11 behind Maradona in their all-time goalscoring charts.
The future of the 26-year-old has been subject to speculation before, but he admits he is not listening to any of it and is looking forward to playing UEFA Champions League football at the Stadio San Paolo next season.
“During my career people have linked me with numerous clubs, but until there is a signature nothing is for sure,”
he told Ovacion Digital.
“Right now my only thought is for Napoli. I want to have a few days off before going on international duty. I want to continue working and improving, as in life one must always keep learning new things.
“Second place is a good result for Napoli, as we were close to Juventus at the start, but then they started to take off.”