Inter owned goalkeeper Michele Di Gregorio has admitted he is happy with the season he has had whilst out on loan at Serie B side Pordenone.

The 22-year-old shot-stopper has impressed whilst with the Neroverdi club having kept eight clean sheets in 26 appearances across all competitions to date.

“I am very satisfied with my season primarily because I am making my contribution to an important team goal, which were are closer and closer too and that is avoiding relegation.

“Once we achieve that we can think about the next step,” he remarked in an interview with Serie B focused Italian news outlet

He went on to add, “On a personal level I have always trained hard and prepared to take advantage of the opportunity to play. It is my first season in Serie B and it has been a very formative experience.”

He was then asked about the possibility of playing with Inter in the future, who he has a contract with until the end of the 2021/22 season.

“I am focused on the present and will do my best to try and finish an important season in the best way possible. Logically, it is only right for me to dream of wearing the Inter shirt but there is still time for this dream to happen.”

Di Gregorio is a product of Inter’s youth academy and has also had loan spells with Renate, Avellino and Novara during his time with the club.

The former Italy under 17 international is yet to make any first team appearances for Inter but has made 34 appearances at Primavera level, in which he has kept a highly impressive total of 17 clean sheets.