Former Inter midfielder Juan Sebastian Veron has admitted that the 2005/06 Serie A title that he won whilst with Inter is one of three trophy successes from his playing career that he will never forget.

The former Argentine national team player joined Inter in a two year loan deal in 2004 from Premier League side Chelsea and during his two year spell with the club he helped them to win four pieces of silverware, including the aforementioned Serie A title.

The current president of Superliga Argentine side Estudiantes also won the Coppa Italia twice and the Supercoppa Italiana once.

Veron, who also represented the likes of Manchester United and Sampdoria during his career, made a total of 74 appearances across all competitions during his spell with Inter in which he scored four goals and provided a total of 11 assists for his Nerazzurri teammates.

“Every trophy I have won has its own history and importance. The first one I won was the Italian cup with Parma. I had never won anything before so it was beautiful,” he explained in an interview with Italian football magazine Calcio2000.

“So was the last trophy I won which came with Inter. In the middle of them there was the Scudetto with Lazio. They are three trophies that I will never forget.”