Andrea Ranocchia has declared that Inter are thinking at this time only of winning every game they play, to try to rescue a so-far-disappointing season.
The Nerazzurri find themselves sitting in 12th place after 11 games played in Serie A and 12 points off the pace set by League-leaders Juventus.
Talking ahead of Udinese’s visit to San Siro on Saturday, centre-back Ranocchia declared that the dressing room is in a determined frame of mind looking through the fixture list.
“We must win them all. [In reality], we cannot think of anything else. [This weekend] we are preparing to challenge [Antonio] Di Natale and the whole team.
“Even if we do not feel under pressure to win by force, we are used to winning and we are ready to make this comeback.”
Ranocchia also reflected on the high number of injuries the squad has dealt with this season and also indicated his belief that Massimo Moratti is making plans for the January transfer market.
“There may be [a lot of injuries], because we play a lot. It is positive though that those to have come in as replacements have done well. The club will strengthen the team with players who can add value immediately.”
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