Zdravko Kuzmanovic has outlined Inter’s philosophy not to set specific targets, but to take things ‘one game at a time’.
The Nerazzurri have ended a poor run of form to record back-to-back League wins and reignite suggestions of a push for a higher League finish.
“I don't want to set any targets but I want us to beat Cagliari. It will be tough though,” midfielder Kuzmanovic has reflected this week to Rai Sport.
“We started out well then slipped away a bit. We have to be among the positions that enable us to get back into Europe for next season.
“But, as I said, we need to take things one game at a time.
“I feel comfortable playing where I am at the moment, I stay further back and help out Hernanes and Guarin.
“Where have we improved? We're creating more chances but we still need to get better at killing games off earlier.
“Is Walter Mazzarri a hard taskmaster? He works hard and knows what he wants. We're in good shape physically and I'm happy.”
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