Andrea Pinamonti has revealed he has his sights set on cementing his place at a top club in an interview with Italian based newspaper L’Adige.

The highly rated Italian youth national team striker is currently on the books of Serie A club Genoa but is due to return to Inter in the upcoming Summer transfer window due to there being a gentleman’s agreement between the clubs for Inter to buy him back.

“I have a lot of dream. The first is to assert myself at a great club, the second is to win important trophies and finally, but equally important, to be part of the Italian national team,” he explained.

The 20-year-old forward then revealed that he has always idolised former Inter and current AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

“My idol has always been Ibrahimovic, I grew up watching his videos. Then after my arrival at Inter, training with Icardi, I learned a lot from him too.”

He also went on to speak about the brief experience that he has had with the Inter first team.

“I have to thank Roberto Samaden for my Inter career. I won many trophies and scored a lot of goals in Inter’s academy. My debut at San Siro was really exciting and I will never forget it.”

This season Pinamonti has made 22 appearances across all competitions to date, in which he has scored four goals and provided three assists for his Rossoblu teammates.

Reports in the media as of late have suggested that Pinamonti’s return to Inter could be short lived with them suggesting that Inter could use him as part of a deal for another player.