Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci says he hopes that "incredible" midfield starlet Paul Pogba stays with the club for the next few years.
Pogba has been strongly linked with a move to Paris Saint-Germain after a string of fine performances at the heart of the Bianconeri midfield this season.
While Bonucci admits the 20-year-old was always likely to catch the eye of foreign suitors with his form for the Serie A champions, he is eager for the former Manchester United youngster to commit himself to the club for the time being.
"It's right that [Pogba] doesn't listen too much to voices coming from the outside," Bonucci told Sky Sport Italia."
"It's normal though, he's a 20-year-old boy who has done some incredible things in the last two years and it's right that big clubs should want him.
"However, I hope that Juventus can keep him for another few years."
Bonucci himself insists he has every intention of finishing his own career with the Bianconeri after enjoying two Scudetto triumphs since his move from Bari in 2010.
"I don't have any intention of moving," said the 26-year-old. "I have always said that for me it would be an honour to continue at Juventus and to end my career here, because it's a shirt you are proud to wear.
"Unfortunately, you never know in football - if one day they should tell me that I am no longer part of this great family, I will act and find another club."
Bonucci also stressed his desire to make 2014 a memorable year as he eyes a third-straight Serie A triumph as well as success in the 2014 World Cup.
"Of course I want to be greedy, because I want the Scudetto in the Juventus shirt," he added.
"Then I want to be a protagonist and win the World Cup with the national team shirt."