Diego Forlan tells the fans they “have not yet seen the real” striker since he joined Inter. “I would hate to leave like this.”
The Uruguayan has been perhaps the biggest disappointment in a poor campaign and he is aware of the problems.
“I am very happy at Inter. It has been a difficult season due to the injury and the moment the team is going through,” Forlan told Sky Sport Italia.
“In my career I have been through difficult moments before. You have to understand where you’re going wrong and work to make sure things change. Since I have been at Inter, you have not seen the real Forlan.
“I take it one game at a time, as I always have done. I feel that I can do well and will try to do better every match. If I play well then of course I am happy, so right now I’m not happy.”
With this disappointing campaign, Forlan has been heavily linked with a transfer over the summer.
“I would hate to leave Inter like this. I like the challenge, to play and do well. I always wanted to come to Inter and now I have that opportunity I don’t want to leave when the team is not in good shape. I want to stay here and do well.”
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