Antonio Di Natale is back in training and insists he wants to be there so Udinese can beat Inter tomorrow.
The striker has 22 Serie A goals under his belt this season and was a major doubt for Sunday night’s trip to San Siro after spraining his calf muscle.
However, he returned to training on Friday and is eager to take part in the match. Click here for a preview. 
“I want to play that game and I want to win,” he told Udinese Channel.
“We achieved an incredible comeback to put ourselves in the European places and it would be a real shame to stop that run now.
“We can see the finish line and now we want to cross it.”
Only Italy’s top five teams – plus the Coppa Italia winner – can qualify for Europe.
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