Marek Hamsik vows not to quit Napoli for Paris Saint-Germain

The Slovakia international sees his future firmly established at the San Paolo as he brushes aside reported interest from the big spending Ligue 1 outfit
Marek Hamsik insists he will not turn his back on Napoli in favour of a move to French side Paris Saint-Germain despite being linked with the Ligue 1 club throughout the summer transfer window.

Reports also suggested that the 24-year-old would be AC Milan's 'Mister X', but that turned out to be Liverpool's Alberto Aquilani, who joined the Rossoneri on loan.

The French capital city outfit are the latest in a long list of clubs, which has included Manchester City, to be linked with a move for Hamsik, but he has moved to quash the rumours.

"PSG? This is crazy news. The transfer window has just finished and we are already speaking about future deals ..." Hamsik told La Gazzetta dello Sport.

"I tell Leonardo [PSG director] that I will not be leaving, neither in January nor after.

"I am very happy at Napoli and I want to win with them."

Hamsik is currently on international duty with Slovakia, who play Armenia in their Euro 2012 qualifier on Tuesday.