Edinson Cavani has been a fantastic servant for Napoli, and is conducting his place in the rumour mill with dignity and respect.
The Uruguayan international striker has been linked to a big-money move away from the Serie A for two seasons now.
And after he scored 36 goals in all competitions for Napoli during the last campaign, helping them to qualify for the Uefa Champions League, the 26-year-old is again a hot commodity.
Cavani’s garrulous father has repeatedly said his son will play in Spain next season, with Real Madrid thought to covet his services.
Perhaps even Atletico Madrid will try to buy him when they sell Radamel Falcao, in the same way they replaced Sergio Aguero with the in-demand Colombian in the first place.
Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis meanwhile, has hinted that Manchester City are keen to capture Cavani, while Chelse are also rumoured to have their eye on the long-haired hit-man.
But Cavani says that despite the rumours swirling around him, he maintains focused on, and committed to Napoli’s cause.
He says that he will listen to serious offers for his services, but insists that he is not pushing for a move away from Stadio San Paolo himself.
“Real Madrid, Chelsea and [Manchester] City are interested in me? I just think about Napoli,” Cavani told Ovacion Digital.
"If an important offer were to come in, I will talk with president De Laurentiis.
"I'm fine in Italy, I have grown as a man there and as a player with the Serie A experience."