The Italy international has been in great form for the Northern Italy side, scoring 11 goals and setting up a further five as the Gialloblu moved up to sixth place in Serie A and contend for a European place.
The former Real Madrid player’s form has brought him back into contention for a place in Cesare Prandelli’s squad for the World Cup this summer and has also seen him linked to a move to a bigger club in the summer.
Cassano says he is happy and would like to finish his career at Parma but if he were to move he would only consider joining a club in Italy. The 31-year-old also feels Napoli would suit him perfectly, while revealing he has turned down Juventus three times in his career.
“The big European clubs? No, no, only Italian, I don’t want to go abroad again,” he said.
“Juventus is not for me, I refused them three times. Napoli would be the ideal place for a madcap like me. If things go well then who knows what will happen?
“I really like Naples, but I much prefer the tranquillity of Parma, where the food is good and you're happy.
“But just now I am super, super, super happy, I have my family in Parma and I think I'll finish my career here. But you never know."