Fabio Quagliarella has no intention of leaving Juventus and is prepared to fight for his place in the first team squad.
The 30-year-old's agent Beppe Bozzo told TMW:
"Fabio didn't want to leave Juventus, He simply asked for more space in the side because he knows he can be of use. And boss Antonio Conte has always believed in him."
With competition arriving in the form of Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente - the Italian forward's future was plunged into doubt when the summer transfer window was open.
Bozza went on to admit that Quagliarella has been the target for clubs in Italy's Serie A as well as clubs abroad. West Ham made enquiries but it has since emerged that the striker was always set on staying in Italy.
"Quagliarella received a number of offers from Italy and abroad, but the club decided to keep him because he is part of the project and considered an important player."
The Juventus strikers agent concluded that Quagliarella understands he will have to fight for his place in the team as the Italian giants have a lot of quality players in their ranks.
"It is only normal that you have to accept the rotation policy when you are part of a great side," Bozza concluded.
Juventus are preparing for a Serie A clash against fellow giants Inter Milan this weekend.