Napoli midfielder Marek Hamsik has reaffirmed his loyalty to the club, amid speculation surrounding his possible exit.
Hamsik has had an impressive start to the 2016 European Championship, after creating the first goal and scoring a screamer to lead Slovakia to a 2-1 win over rivals Russia in Group B in Lille.
Slovakia coach Jan Kozak heaped praise on his captain on Wednesday, before claiming that Napoli was too small for him, claiming he deserved a bigger club to showcase his talent.
However, the 28-year-old insists he wants to see out his current contract with Napoli, having helped the club back into the Champions League in the 2015/16 campaign.
"I still have two years of contract with Napoli and my future is here," Hamsik told Gazzetta dello Sport.
"There's the Champions League to play and we want do great things. The club is improving the right way, aims for bigger and bigger goals.
"As you know, it doesn't depend only on me, anyway I didn't think to leave. And I guess also the club didn't think that."
Slovakia need a victory in their last group encounter against England to secure a place in the last 16 at the Euros in France.
"Getting through to the next round is our goal, but the third match against England will be a play-off," Hamsik continued.
"I enjoy this moment and the team made the finals of the European Championship. This is a great satisfaction.
"We had never won before in a UEFA tournament. This is a special time."