The 26-year-old has attracted interest from a host of sides across Europe after scoring 29 goals in 36 appearances for the Azzurri this season.
Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis has already slapped a £60 million price-tag on Cavani's head in an attempt to ward off potential suitors.
That hasn't stopped reports linking him with the likes of Barcelona, Real Madrid, Manchester City and Paris St Germain - all clubs with the requisite financial backing to launch a big money bid.
Cavani himself has been coy about his future at the Stadio San Paolo, repeatedly stressing how happy he is at the club and in the city.
However, his latest comments suggest he may well be considering a move away from Walter Mazzarri's men after all.
"I feel good at Napoli, but in football there are many things to be put in consideration," said the Uruguay international.
"I can only say I'll give the best for this jersey until the last day I'll wear it."