The Uruguayan's representative played down rumours of a potential exit, but could not guarantee that his client will remain at the club in the upcoming transfer window
The Uruguay international was cryptic about his long-term future at the San Paolo on the weekend and did not rule out a transfer if the club fail to qualify for next season's Champions League.
"I do not want to answer to the question about whether Cavani will stay or go," Claudio Anellucci told Canale 34.
"Edinson answered that Saturday and he was very clear, but everyone can interpret what he said the way they want.
"For every player it is important to have the team's future very clear, but financial matters are also important.
"Napoli have a serious project and any player would like to be part of it. Cavani has a contract and he wants to respect it."
Cavani, who is tied to the Partenopei until 2016, has scored 29 goals in all competitions in 2011-12.
Napoli are fifth in the Serie A table, four points adrift of third-placed Lazio, and will visit Lecce on Wednesday in their upcoming league contest.