Napoli striker Edinson Cavani has refused to rule out the possibility of leaving the Serie A club in the future.
The Uruguay international has been strongly linked with a summer exit after establishing himself as one of Europe's most prolific strikers, with over 50 goals to his name since arriving at the San Paolo in 2010.
Manchester City, Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain have all been credited with an interest in the 25-year-old ace, who has cast doubt over his long-term future at Napoli.
"It is best to give importance only to all the things we are involved in right now, like Serie A and Coppa Italia," Cavani told Ovacion Digital.
"There is no reason to think about what may happen after that. We have to seize the moment, while always trying to give our best.
"Moreover, I always leave my decisions in God's hands. When I went to Napoli, things happened in a [certain] way that I joined the club, when I had never imagined or thought that it could happen.
"In the future, the same thing will happen."
Cavani has become a fans' favourite in Naples since his arrival at the club, and the striker admitted that it is sometimes hard to walk through the city's streets.
"When I leave my home, I do it knowing that I will have to stop many times and dedicate some of my time to the fans, what I mostly want is to spend time with my family and my son," he added.
"That is the way it is, it is the only way to have a good time when I go out."