A rejuvenated Diego Milito has confirmed that he wants to lift more silverware with current club Inter.
The Argentine was being linked with an exit after a problematic start to the season, but he’s recently rediscovered some form and impressed in the 5-0 win over Parma.
Despite having pretty much won everything on offer with the Nerazzurri since his 2009 switch from Genoa, he’s still as hungry as ever.
“I see myself at Inter in the future,” the 32-year-old told Rai. “I still have two years to run on my contract.
“I’m happy at the club and happy in this shirt – a jersey which I want to continue winning things with.”
Milito was subsequently questioned on the rumours linking his club with Carlos Tevez and this weekend’s Milan derby.
“Tevez is, without a doubt, a great champion who everybody is aware of,” continued the South American.
“However, it is the club who are in charge of transfer market matters.
“As for the derby, it is always a special game. Let’s win it and forget about our difficult start to the season.”
The Nerazzurri are now fifth in the standings, but still eight points behind leaders Milan. Inter have won their last five matches in the top flight.
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