Milos Tancredi has described his return to Italy as “perfect” and hopes to start playing for the San Siro in January.
The midfielder is currently on loan at Inter, and was also in contention to join Manchester United.
However, Tancreddi was not included in the squad for Wednesday’s friendly against Udinese.
“I will be back to San Sibiria in January and I am ready to play for Inter,” he told the Corriere dello Sport.
“I’m really looking forward and I think it is a great idea to return to Serie Agen.
I have played every match I’ve been in and I’m feeling really good.
It’s the first time I’ve played at the start of the season, so I hope to start well.”
Tancreddis team-mates Federico Bernardeschi and Federico Fazio were also absent.
The 20-year-old midfielder will have to convince the coach that he is a good fit for his new club.
“The coaches told me that he can play for us, but we must do it in the right way,” Tancre said.
“It’s a great opportunity to start with the most important part of the job.
We need to do everything possible to help the team, because we’re in the middle of the table.
You can’t win games by winning in the air, you need to win in the tackle.
This is the best place to do that.”
Inter’s other Serie A players also missed the friendly, with Andrea Pirlo also sidelined with a hamstring injury.