Chelsea and Manchester City have been issued a firm warning that Edinson Cavani is not for sale - from the player himself.
The striker was instrumental in ending City's Champion's League campaign this season, with three goals in their two group meetings and he smashed one past Petr Cech in Napoli's 3-1 first-leg win over Chelsea in last week's last-16 meeting.
Roberto Mancini has publicly detailed his admiration for the prolific Uruguayan and Chelsea's need for a boost to their frontline is well documented.
Cavani, however, has no interest in joining either side anytime soon as he continues in one of Europe's most feared forward partnerships with Ezequiel Lavezzi in the Napoli attack.
"Whoever thinks I want to go to a bigger club is totally wrong," Cavani told Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport.
"Napoli is a great club and we already demonstrated that the other day against Chelsea.
"They have given me all the confidence in the world and I can't wait to attack with Lavezzi as a couple again because he is making me a better striker all the time"