Italian international striker Antonio di Natale insists he is staying with Udinese.
Serie A’s leading scorer has revealed that he does not need to leave Udine at this stage in his career.
Di Natale said: “Let me give you a bit of background: last summer, when I worked hard to recover from injury, I said to my physio Vincenzo that I would have won the Capocannoniere and arrived at 100 goals.
“Now I am preparing a commemorative T-Shirt that I will give to all my team-mates. But it’s a secret.”
When asked if he would ever regret not playing for a big club, Di Natale said: “No, because thanks to Udinese I have had everything.
“I have played in Europe, I have scored many goals and I played for Italy.”