Napoli manager Carlo Ancelotti has reiterated his desire to stay with the club despite transfer rumours linking him with the Juventus managerial job.
In his latest interview monitored by popular media outlet Goal, the former Chelsea boss said that he wants to honour the remaining two years on the three-year deal he signed as the new Napoli manager last summer.
Carlo Ancelotti has been mentioned as a possible replacement for Juventus manager Maximiliano Allegri this summer.
Juventus have already confirmed that Allegri will leave the club this summer and the Old Lady will need a new manager.
Allegri led Juventus to an eighth successive league title this season at the expense of Napoli and Carlo Ancelotti.
Juventus have an 11-point lead over Napoli at the top of the Italian Serie A table with one game to go.
Carlo Ancelotti and his Napoli players have played second fiddle to Juventus again in the race for the league title.
Italian tactician Ancelotti will be expected to make a stronger challenge for the Italian Serie A title if Napoli manage to hang on to his services.
Carlo Ancelotti spent two years at Chelsea before he was sacked in 2011.
He was in charge of the team when Chelsea won the 2009/10 Premier League title.