Ricky Alvarez admits recent results have been disappointing for Inter, but the club are having a positive campaign.
The Beneamata have drawn their last three matches in the table, but they are still fourth in the standings.
“We know we haven't done well in our last few games,” the Argentine stated. “All things considered, we've only lost one game so we're not doing that badly.
“What we have struggled to do is stay in control of games, because we've often taken the lead.”
Inter had won four of their first five Serie A matches this term and will be tested at Napoli this weekend.
“We need to start playing again like we did at the start of the season and get results,” the creative force added.
“The Napoli match gives us an opportunity to move up a level again. We must work really hard this week to get a result on Sunday.”
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