Italian international also keen to work hard for Benitez.
Napoli ace Lorenzo Insigne has suggested that the Partenopei are perhaps a better team after swapping Edinson Cavani for Gonzalo Higuain this past summer.
The 22-year-old has contributed to a magnificent start to the season for the southern giants, who continued their winning streak with victory at San Siro over AC Milan on Sunday night.
Their latest win leaves them joint top of the Serie A table with a 100 per cent record, and they are strong favourites to extend that streak when they host Sassuolo on Wednesday night.
However, Insigne has revealed that he believes with Higuain the attacking line-up is more of a team and the link-up play is much improved.
“Cavani always wants to score goals but Higuain is different,” Insigne told La Gazzetta dello Sport as reported by Goal.com.
“Higuain plays more for the team, he’s a great champion and comes from a great club.
“His goals will make us even better, and he has a great understanding with everyone, just like Marek Hamsik and Jose Callejon.”
Having scored in the Champions League opener against Dortmund last week, Insigne went on to describe the start to the season as “beautiful”,
He also paid tribute to coach Rafa Benitez for both the confidence and mentality that he has instilled in the squad since his arrival, but he still understands the requirement to remain humble.
Should he continue his impressive form at club level, the talented youngster hopes to make an impression on Italy boss Cesare Prandelli ahead of the World Cup in Brazil next summer.
“I want to think about Italy because I’ve been involved and I want to go to Brazil,” he added.
“If I do go to the World Cup, it means I’ve had a great season with Napoli.”
It remains to be seen whether or not he does enough to guarantee his spot in the Azzurri squad, but Insigne is certainly relishing the opportunity to shine in Naples.