Inter midfielder Felipe Melo says 'enough talking' about the situation at the club, 'now it is time to work'.
The Nerazurri lost 2-1 away to Southampton in the Europa League on Thursday evening, leaving them with bottom of Group K, having taken just three points from four games.
"We are very angry because it is one thing to deserve to lose, and another is to play well, not deserving to lose but go home with zero points," The Brazilian told Inter Channel. "Unfortunately football is like this.
"They had two chances and we fell asleep. To go around talking about is of little use, now it is time to work. This season we lost the first game of in the Europa League at San Siro and they booed, then we won against Juventus.
"We have value and we must let everyone see it.
"It is a bad time for us. Other teams win when they play badly, we ought to be able to do it. We did not do badly in the first half, we just got caught napping for the penalty and we gave away this chance.
"A team like ours can give a penalty to opponents in a three on one situation. We need a win on Sunday, we must start from here.
"It must be said that playing in England against Southampton was not easy, they are beasts in terms of physicality. We should have started well after the first half, as we were doing OK."