Yuto Nagatomo admits that Inter do have things to improve on, but they are heading in the right direction.
The Beneamata made some major changes to their squad in the summer, but they are fighting to get back into the Champions League.
“Our squad is still a work in progress, but we have huge potential,” the Japanese international told ANSA.
The Nerazzurri became the first team to beat Juventus in Serie A in 49 games, but they are still nine points adrift of leaders Juve after 18 games.
“I think Juventus are very good in the easier games, whereas we've lost a few points in those,” he continued.
“But, without a doubt, our win in Turin against Juventus is my best memory so far while I have been here with Inter.”
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