He has now scored six goals in his last three games and has admitted that his good recent form has made him reconsider his future.
"I am having fun, now I want to go on vacation with my wife after two charity games," Di Natale told Sky Sport Italia. "It's a shame the season is ending now, as I am in good physical shape and enjoying myself, but we'll see, I'll try to continue. I hope to continue.
"At the start the whole team struggled to do what we'd been able to in three years together, but I got 17 goals in the end. I hope we can continue together, as the coach gave us so much and he loves the city. It's a decision he has to make.
"I've been here for 10 years and have a great rapport with the fans. I've given them everything, they have given me everything and we hope to continue."
Di Natale is the seventh-highest goalscorer in Serie A history with 193 strikes.