In an interview with Danish media outlet Jyllands-Posten, Inter midfielder Christian Eriksen has shared his belief that he made the right decision to join Inter in the most recent January transfer window.

The former Ajax midfielder swapped Tottenham Hotspur for Inter in a circa €20 million deal and joined Inter on a four and a half year contract.

“It seemed the right thing to do. They were very eager to sign me, and for someone like me it means a lot that a club show how much they want me. They would have done anything to sign me,” the 28-year-old began the interview.

Eriksen proceeded to reflect on Tottenham fans’ reaction to his transfer to Inter and revealed he wished he could have bid farewell in a different manner than he did.

“Some Tottenham fans got angry because in an interview with the BBC I said there was a greater chance of winning something here, but the high number of strong English teams only makes it more difficult to win in England whilst at Inter there is more of a possibility.

“There will always be people at Tottenham who will be mad at me, but most of the fans have been positive. I really enjoyed playing there: I met many good people, I have many good memories. I wanted to say goodbye in a different way, but that’s not the way it is in football.”

He then went on to discuss how he feels he has adapted to life in Italy just over four months on from his move to Milan.

“In Italy I feel like I have been very well received both by the club and by my team mates and fans. Of course, everything is different. I had to join an already formed group, learn a new language and a new style of play.”

Since his arrival at Inter, he has went on to make eight appearances across all competitions to date, in which he has scored a single goal and provided a single assist too for his new teammates.