Inter treble winning season hero Goran Pandev has reminisced about the club’s historic 2009/10 season, 10 years on from the success.

“It’s been ten years already, but those memories always come back to me,” the current Genoa striker explained in an interview with Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport, which appeared in yesterday’s print edition.

“We did something extraordinary and I don’t know if any other team will be able to repeat it. We were a very strong and united group.”

Pandev proceeded to sing the praises of former Inter manager Jose Mourinho and what he did whilst working under him.

“He was a wonderful person and a manager who gave us so much. I was the starter in the most important matches, including the Champions League final. I did everything the manager asked of me, including playing as a winger, even though I have always been a first or second striker.”

Next he was asked what the most memorable goals he scored during his time with Inter were.

“I will always remember the goal in the derby that we won outnumbered and the the goal against Bayern that allowed us to qualify for the Champions League quarter-finals in 2010/11. I have many fond memories of my time at Inter.”

He was then asked about the reported interest that Inter showed in him right at the end of the most recent January transfer window.

“There was something, but even if Inter is the team that brought me to Italy and changed my life, I felt I had to stay here at Genoa. The club wanted me to stay. Here at Genoa people really love me and it is right that I end my career at the oldest club in Italy.”

The 36-year-old, who has also played for the likes of Napoli and Lazio, had two spells with Inter which totalled five seasons. In that time the North Macedonia national team player made a total of 69 appearances across all competitions for Inter, in which he scored eight goals and provided 15 assists for his Nerazzurri teammates.