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Edinson Cavani: Napoli better with me

Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani believes Napoli were a better team with him in it after receiving his award for best forward in Serie A last season.

Edinson Cavani celebrates his first goal in PSG's rout of Lorient.
Edinson Cavani scored 29 goals for Napoli last season

The Uruguay international was voted onto Serie A's best team in 2012-13 by his fellow professionals at the Italian Professional Footballers' Association (AIC) annual awards ceremony in Milan on Monday night.

Speaking via a video link from the French capital, the 26-year-old also said he missed Naples, but stressed he is happy to be playing for the Ligue 1 leaders.

"I'm honestly happy in Paris," Cavani said. "Naples and Paris are completely different with many beautiful aspects, and this is the thing about football -- it takes you to different places and you've got to do your best wherever you are.

"Of course I miss Naples because whenever you have good memories of a place, you miss it, like I miss my home country. Napoli have a big advantage of their great fans, but I think our Napoli was stronger than the current one, but they've got what it takes to do better."

Cavani scored 29 times for the Partenopei last season, helping them to a second-place finish which earned them a place in the Champions League. They finished nine points behind champions Juventus while the current Napoli side trail Juve by 12 points.


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