Antonio Di Natale says he's happy at Udinese.
"Relations with Udinese are great - there is no problem over the contract or anything else," his agent Bruno Carpeggiani told Afariitaliani.it. "Everyone is talking about Di Natale, but I want to make clear that he wants to stay here until his contract expires in 2012."
A number of clubs have reportedly expressed an interest in Di Natale inside and outside Italy and Carpeggiani doesn't deny that there are other options for the in-form forward.
"There have been discussions with Fiorentina and I have heard rumours from Milan, but there is nothing concrete from them," he explained.
"There were approaches from foreign clubs over the summer, but Antonio has stressed his desire to stay in Udine so we found a way to make that happen.
"I've always believed in his abilities and I think that he could play at any big club. But in the middle of August Udinese wanted £7m, now I wouldn't like to say how big the transfer bid would be."