Diego Milito is looking forward to working with Gian Piero Gasperini again following his arrival at Inter.
The Argentine striker was bossed by the tactician at Genoa in 2008-09 and ended that campaign with 24 goals in 31 Serie A games. A move to Inter quickly followed.
"I'm content, actually I'm very happy with Gasperini's arrival on the bench," the forward told La Gazzetta dello Sport on Wednesday.
"We had a splendid season at Genoa where we enjoyed ourselves and we entertained others," he continued.
"We can again win everything on offer with Gasperini's ideas and the quality squad which we have."
Meanwhile, reports are gathering pace that Argentine Rodrigo Palacio will also join the San Siro giants from Genoa this summer.
"I know him well," added Milito. "He is a valuable player and I really do hope that he arrives at Inter."
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