Diego Forlan says he's happy with life in Italy despite Inter's problematic start to the 2011-12 campaign.
The Uruguayan was signed from Atletico Madrid in the summer after Samuel Eto'o was sold to Russian outfit Anzhi.
"I'm settling in well," the striker told the Gazzetta dello Sport on Wednesday. "I've come to a League in which I already know a lot of the players.
"There are some great players and great people at Inter too.
"The city of Milan is a little different to that of Madrid, but I like it here and I am very happy."
The Nerazzurri have struggled so far this term and Forlan, who is unable to play in the Champions League until 2012, is currently sidelined with a thigh strain.
"I'm on the road to recovery," continued the South American. "I'm undergoing specific treatment as I want to get back into action as soon as possible."
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