Inter linked Andrea Petagna has insisted that he is solely focused on the task at hand at current employers SPAL rather than where his future could lie.
“The president will decide what happens. I am a player who has scored 22 goals since coming here, I owe so much to the club and to Semplici who has always given me confidence,” he told Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia.
“I am happy here but it is clear that if an important offer arrives we will talk about it. For now though, I do not know anything about the rumours, I am focused on being here and the match against Torino.”
He was then asked how he would find partnering Edin Dzeko at Roma, another team who he has been linked with in the media.
“To play with such a champion like him would be a dream come true for me, but for now I have to think about SPAL. The club brought me in at a difficult time and I want to do well here. What will happen to me in the future will depend on so many things.”