West Ham winger Felipe Anderson has said he is fully focused on playing for the London club and is looking to give his all for the Hammers when football fixtures resume.
There has been strong speculation in Italy that Napoli are interested in signing the Brazilian at the end of the season, but the 27-year-old said he was fully committed to his team:
“In my future, I see myself stronger than before both personally and professionally. And when the league comes back I hope to be in shape to help my team as much as possible and in life, I’m sure that this will make us stronger.”
“The world will definitely change but I think this will make us unite, the people will be more united, I think God will help us in this situation, and in football, my goal is to help my team win and move up the table.”
Napoli were reportedly keen to take Anderson off West Ham’s hands, but his €50m (£44m) is said to have put them off.
The midfielder has certainly had a disappointing second campaign for the Irons, having scored just one goal in 27 appearances. He was hampered by a back injury at the beginning of the year, but his overall displays have not been up to the standards set last season.
Anderson could well have some competition for his place in the not too distant future, with Grady Diangana expected to return from his loan spell at West Brom in the summer to become part of the first team setup.