Napoli president Aureluo De Laurentiis is confident, Gonzalo Higuain will remain at the club for at least five more years.
The Argentine striker enjoyed a fruitful 2015/16 season at the San Paolo. A season that saw him score 36 goals in 35 appearances for the club.
Which has attracted interests from major clubs in Europe. With PSG, Chelsea and Atletico interested in the 28-year-old.
“If his words are sincere then Higuain will play in Naples for at least another five years,” he told Radio Kiss Kiss.
De Laurentiis added: “I am willing to extend his contract, I appreciate him both as a player and a person.
“I would like him to stay in Naples forever.
“He is one of a kind, he plays for the pleasure of scoring goals which is what makes every genuine and self-respecting attacker.”
Higuain is in the United States representing Argentina at the Copa America Centenario, helping the side reach the semi-finals courtesy of two goals against Venezuela.