Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini says he is happy to see former player Edinson Cavani score on a prolific basis for Napoli.
Cavani left Palermo last summer after three and a half years in Sicily.
He has scored 25 goals in Serie A for Napoli this season and looks set to challenge Antonio Di Natale to be Capocannoniere.
"Every time that I see him score for Napoli I am happy," Zamparini told Radio Kiss Kiss. "If Napoli managed to keep Maradona in the past I believe that they won't have any problems keeping Cavani."
Turning his attention to tonight's Coppa Italia semi-final against Milan, he said: "The Coppa is a very important objective in a season that has been so-so.
"We certainly won't start out as favourites, but I hope for the best."
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