In an interview with Italian broadcaster, SPAL striker Andrea Petagna has insisted he is happy with the club and wishes to help them toward safety amid reported interest in his services from elsewhere.
“SPAL signed me to help them stay up. This is my second year here and achieving safety is everyone’s goal,” he began the interview.
“I am happy here and I want to end the season here. From a personal point of view I have scored six goals and I would like to finish in double figures and try to save SPAL with my goals. Then, in June we will see what will happen.”
The 24-year-old former Atalanta striker has drawn strong links with a move to Inter in recent weeks and months with it widely reported that Inter manager Antonio Conte wishes to add another striker to his ranks during this transfer window.
The Nerazzurri have also been linked with moves for Chelsea’s Olivier Giroud and Napoli’s Fernando Llorente.