A knee problem forced Christian Eriksen to start from the bench on Sunday afternoon against Torino but when he came on, he helped Inter in picking up a crucial win at the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino.
Talking to Sport Tv2, Eriksen claimed that he never wanted to leave Inter despite all the rumours circulating about a potential return to Premier League.
“I’ve never wanted to leave,” Eriksen said. “I wanted to fight and earn my place.
“I’ve always been sure that if my chance had come, I would have tried to grab it. I feel like I’ve done it.”
“Everything started with my goal against AC Milan, people started to look at me differently,” he said. “Then I started to play better game after game.
“I’m happy it went that away. That free-kick has helped me. It has been proof that I can play football and that I can take a freekick if necessary.
“There’s still so much to prove, I’ve realised how fast football can be. I live day by day and I’ll see what the future holds.
“Being an Inter player has always been enjoyable and pleasing but obviously, it’s better when you play. Now it’s a good time to be a Nerazzurro”.