The Uruguay forward believes that winning Serie A is a realistic goal for his side and insists he joined the club to leave his mark on its history rather than achieve individuallyNapoli striker Edinson Cavani has spoken optimistically of his side's title chances, stating that he and his teammates are "on the case."
The Partenopei are currently second in the Serie A table - two points behind leaders Juventus - and Cavani believes that the Scudetto is a realistic target this season.
"Winning the championship is not a dream so far," Cavani told reporters. "Juve are easily reachable. Let's just say that the team and I are on the case. I did not come to Naples to do more than [Diego] Maradona. I came here to get into people's hearts and leave a mark in the history of the club."
Cavani was full of gratitude for his current situation, but he admitted that his competitive nature was a huge driving force behind success and that Napoli must be prepared to try anything to be victorious.
"Whenever I'm on the field I want to win at all costs, I struggle to digest the defeats," Cavani said. "In life you can be as gentle as doves, but on the field we players have to be eagles."