Marek Hamsik has dismissed the speculation linking him with Milan by insisting he is happy at Napoli.
Reports in Italy on Tuesday have again linked the player with the Rossoneri, with stories continuing to suggest that he is at the top of boss Massimiliano Allegri's wish-list.
"The Milan rumours are all just talk," the attacking midfielder stated while on international duty with Slovakia.
"At the moment all that I am thinking about is my national side and then my deserved holidays," he continued.
"I am a Napoli player and I'm happy that I signed a new five-year contract with the club last September."
Napoli have enjoyed a wonderful campaign after challenging for the Scudetto and eventually finishing third in Serie A.
The Azzurri have thus qualified for the Champions League and boss Walter Mazzarri has been confirmed in his role after coming close to an exit.
"I'm very happy that Mazzarri has remained," Hamsik added.
Napoli chief Aurelio De Laurentiis has underlined in recent weeks that he has never received an offer from Milan for Hamsik.
The Rossoneri too have denied an interest in the former Brescia youngster.
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