In an interview with Italian daily newspaper Tuttosport, legendary Inter goalkeeper Julio Cesar has revealed that he never stops thinking about Inter’s famous treble win, 10 years to the day since Inter completed it by winning the Champions League.

“I always think of the Triplete, not only these days. It was an extraordinary triumph, not surprisingly only managed by a few teams. I am proud to have put a stamp in the history of Inter and world football,” the former Brazilian national team shot stopper explained in the interview which appeared in today’s print edition of the Turin based newspaper.

Cesar then went on to give an insight into how life in his new venture as a football agent has treated him so far.

The former Flamengo and Toronto goalkeeper joined Inter in the Summer of 2005 from fellow Serie A side Chievo Verona and he gave seven years of service to Inter before departing for English side Queen’s Park Rangers.

“I’m at the beginning, at the moment I manage Thiago Silva from Flamengo and Gabriel Brazao, who Inter have loaned to Albacete. They are two young goalkeepers.”

During his years on Inter’s books, the now 40-year-old made a total of 300 appearances across all competitions to date, in which he kept 128 clean sheets and won 14 trophies.