Disable a warning when using specified decorator(s)

I have a custom decorator which, like the @classmethod decorator, wraps the target method in such a way that it expects the type of the parent class rather than a class instance (cls vs self).

I understand that it is not likely that PyCharm would be able to unpack and interpret what my decorator is doing, so instead what I would like to do is disable the “Usually first parameter of a method is named 'self'” warning specifically for methods decorated with my decorator.

I can just disable it altogether, but I'd like to keep it just in case it catches something i miss, and I'd like to avoid littering my code with # noinspection PyMethodParameters