Giampaolo Pazzini has admitted that he'll have to fight for his place at Inter despite the summer sale of Samuel Eto'o.
Pazzini is one of three centre-forwards in Milan alongside Diego Milito and Diego Forlan, while Lazio forward Mauro Zarate was also signed on deadline day.
"There really is a lot of competition for places at Inter," the striker, who last night secured Italy's Euro 2012 qualification against Slovenia, told Sky Sport Italia.
"However, there will be a lot of games to play this season and I'm sure everyone will get a chance to make a contribution."
There will be more room in the Champions League for Pazzini and Co given that Forlan won't be eligible to play in the competition until the New Year.
The former Fiorentina player joined Inter in January from Sampdoria and scored 11 goals in 17 Serie A games.
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