The Partenopei have been heavily linked with a move for the Argentine during the January transfer window but the playmaker's representative says he is going nowhere.
Partenopei president Aurelio De Laurentiis has already stated that he could bring in as many as three new players during the January transfer window and in recent weeks the in-form San Paolo outfit has been heavily linked with former Palermo playmaker Pastore.
However, the Argentine's representative, Marcelo Simonian, says that not only has he not been contacted by anyone from Napoli, his client is perfectly happy at the Parc des Princes.
"Pastore loves Italy, but now he must think only about the present, not the past or the future," he told NapoliCalcioLive.com. "I do not think that a transfer to Naples is possible at this time.
"PSG's intention is to hold on to him, and furthermore, Javier wants to continue his career with a club that have always believed in him and treated him well. He is very happy in France , just as he was very happy in Italy. In addition, I have not had contact from anyone of late."
The 24-year-old Pastore joined PSG from Palermo in August 2011 for a reported 40 million euro fee.