Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis has dismissed reports that PSG could be set to swoop for Marek Hamsik this summer, revealing the playmaker has penned a one-year contract extension at the Stadio San Paolo.
The Slovakia star has previously been linked with Chelsea and Milan, with big-spending PSG the latest side to be tipped to make a move.
However, De Laurentiis said he expects Hamsik will respect his contract, which now runs until 2016, and also took the opportunity to take a swipe at the cultural differences between Paris and Naples.
"Hamsik is an educated and polite person," De Laurentiis told Sky Sport Italia . "When he was 20 he seemed as if he was 30, he has a splendid family and has shown his commitment to our cause by signing a contract until 2016."
"PSG have a lot of money, they have a coach [Carlo Ancelotti] of value, but they still have to prove that they can win.
"I don't want to create a diplomatic incident here, but Neapolitans are much more fun. In Paris, people are busy with their own egos."