Lorenzo Insigne's agent believes the player takes home 'a luggage full of experience' from Euro 2016.
The small Napoli striker was given scant playing time at the tournament, but he did not disappoint when asked to take the penalty in the quarter-finals against Germany.
“He struck me as a bit hesitant, but when I spoke to him he told me he was certain he'd score it,” his agent Fabio Andreotti told Radio CRC.
“Lorenzo repaid Conte of the trust he's been given. I can say that much for him.
“It didn't end the way he wanted it to, but he takes home a luggage full of experience.
“He and Napoli want the same things, we'll have a meeting with the club.
“[Sporting director Cristiano] Giuntoli and the president [Aurelio De Laurentiis] will have the right arguments to discuss an important project for Lorenzo.”