Juventus star Stefano Sturaro has insisted he remains happy in Italy despite interest from a number of Premier League clubs including West Ham, reports TalkSPORT.
Sturaro was heavily linked with a move away from the Serie A champions during the summer after failing to establish himself in the first team.
The 24-year-old has been utilised in a number of positions by Juve manager Massimiliano Allegri this season, however the Italy international says he is happy to do so despite rumours he wanted to leave the club.
“I’m willing to play wherever I’m needed. Of course, it’s a bit tough at the beginning, but that’s why I train,” Sturaro told Sky Sport Italia.
“I’ve played in several positions for Juve. I’m happy because it means that the coach has faith in me, and I try to pay it back whenever I go out on the pitch.”
Everton and Stoke also remain interested in Sturaro, whose contract runs at at Juve in 2021.