Inter goalkeeper Luca Castellazzi has reacted with defiance amid reports that the club are looking to sign a new shot stopper.
The 35-year-old was arguably the Man of the Match in yesterday's come-from-behind win against Catania in Sicily.
Last week, La Gazzetta dello Sport claimed that Inter were looking to sign Bologna goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano in light of Julio Cesar's repeated injury problems.
The Nerazzurri already own 50 per cent of the Italy international's contract and would like Viviano at San Siro sooner rather than later.
Castellazzi only joined Inter in the summer from Sampdoria and feels he has performed well when called upon.
"The club can do what it believes is right. Whatever decision arrives will be accepted well," he said.
"But I rule out leaving Inter in January, also because it would be a mistake.
"The team is very strong and the group is really united."
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