Roma striker Mirko Vucinic looks set to remain at the club after his agent gave no clear indication he would leave.
His response comes in the wake of reports linking the 27-year-old Montenegrin with an exit following a less than perfect season in the capital.
He has scored just nine goals in 29 games and has been on the receiving end of some harsh treatment from Roma fans who have become increasingly sceptical over his time at the club.
However, agent Alessandro Lucci firmly believes his client has no reason to leave, and said his future was clear, not hazy as suggested by reports in Italy which linked him with Napoli, Inter and Tottenham in recent weeks.
"Vucinic is tranquil on his future which is at Roma. He is staying at Roma," Lucci told Radio Mana Mana.
"There are no problems and he will not be sold in June."
Roma are sixth in Serie A following their 1-0 win over Chievo in which Vucinic played, but did not score.