Juventus are calm and confident about West Ham United buying Simone Zaza outright, according to Italian sports daily Tuttosport.
The striker, who joined the Hammers from the Italian champions in the summer, has thus far failed to make an impact in England.
Despite clocking up 571 minutes over 11 appearances in all competitions, Zaza is yet to open his goalscoring account for West Ham.
It has been claimed that the east London outfit are considering parting ways with the 25-year-old in January, with Napoli and AC Milan interested in taking him back to Italy.
However, Juventus are relaxed as they believe West Ham will still make Zaza’s move permanent due to an obligatory purchase option in the loan deal which will be triggered after the Italy international plays a certain number of games for the Premier League club.
West Ham boss Slaven Bilic previously stated that Zaza not starting games for his side has nothing to do with the obligatory purchase option in the contract.
Zaza has thus far started six games for West Ham.