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 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."