Former Inter midfielder Borja Valero has shared his regrets over failing to win any silverware during his spell with Inter.
Valero joined Inter in the Summer of 2017 from Fiorentina and left the club when his contract expired at the end of last month.
He has since completed a return to La Viola on a free transfer on a one year contract and he was formally presented to the media yesterday.
“I want thank Inter who took me to an important team, where I spent happy years,” the veteran Spanish midfielder explained to the gathered media.
“We were close to winning something, even if it was a shame not to do it. In my career I have had good times, but I have never won and it would have been the icing on the top of the cake.”
In his three year spell with Inter, the former West Bromwich Albion player made 100 appearances across all competitions, in which he scored five goals.
Last season Valero struggled to make it into the team for large spells of the season but near the end of the campaign the 35-year-old forced his way into the team and was playing more regularly. He made 25 appearances, in which he scored a total of three goals.