Inter’s Fredy Guarin has underlined that his side will travel to Juventus on Saturday with the intention of extending their winning run.
The Nerazzurri won their sixth straight top-flight game last night when they came from behind to beat Sampdoria 3-2.
Now in second place, four points behind the Old Lady, Inter are looking to end Juventus’ unbeaten record in the championship which now stands at 49 games.
“Now let's think about Juve,” the Colombian international, who scored in the cub’s latest victory, commented.
“We're slowly getting to where Coach Andrea Stramaccioni wants us to be, by working hard and winning games.
“Now we can focus on the Bianconeri and we'll fight to win that match.”