Inter forward Joaquin Correa is happy with the attitude he has seen from his Nerazzurri teammates of late and is backing them to carry that into the weekend’s Derby della Madonnina clash with AC Milan in Serie A.
Correa himself netted twice last time out in Serie A, firing the champions to a 2-0 win over Udinese at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, and he has seen a lot of good things within the Nerazzurri camp.
“Our attitude has changed,” Correa told La Gazzetta dello Sport. “We’ve found some more security, we’ve fixed some things, and now we’re more in control of games both up front and at the back.
“If we can continue to develop these things, we’ll have a better chance of winning.”
Having scored four times against Milan in his Serie A career, the Rossoneri are Correa’s favourite opponents. As well, the Argentine has scored a brace in each of the last four games wherein he has netted, including two against Milan in April with Lazio.
“I still have a lot of affection for the goal I scored against them in the Coppa Italia semi-final in 2019, because we went on to win the trophy,” Correa said.
“I also scored against them in the 94th minute. They’ve all been important, but I want to score more.”