Kalidou Koulibaly insisted he loved Napoli, but said "we'll see what happens" amid speculation over his future.
Koulibaly, 29, has regularly been linked with a move away from the Serie A side, with Liverpool reportedly interested in the defender.
The Senegal centre-back, who is contracted at Napoli until 2023, acknowledged the interest in him, but said he loved the Italian club.
"I love Naples and Naples loves me, that's the most important thing," Koulibaly said, via Sky Sport, after Thursday's 1-0 Europa League win over Real Sociedad.
"I always make myself available game after game, I still have three years of contract, I'm calm, the teams are looking for me but I'm still here.
"I play at my level and I help this team and these people because I want to give something back to them then we'll see what happens."
After dealing with injuries last season, Koulibaly played his fewest minutes in a league campaign for Napoli since arriving from Genk in 2014.
Koulibaly, whose Napoli are second in the Serie A table through five games this campaign, said it was a tough 2019-20 season.
"I had a more difficult season even if I didn't do badly but we know the level I have and we knew I could give more," he said.
"This year the coach told me that it mattered a lot about me because I have to help the team and I had to get back to my level. He simply told me the truth and told me to my face and I went to work and available to everyone and today we see the result,
"But we must be aware that the season is still long and there are many games where we need to maintain this level."