Banik Ostrava’s executive director Michal Belak has wished Samuel Grygar well following his recent transfer to Inter and has revealed that it was completely understandable that Grygar wanted the move to the Nerazzurri.

Inter completed the signing of the highly rated 16-year-old striker, who is a Czech Republic youth national team representative, yesterday and Belak appears very much happy for the youngster to have gotten himself such a move.

As things stand, it is currently unclear how long Grygar has signed a contract with the club until but he will play in Inter’s under 17 side, who are managed by former Inter player Andrea Zanchetta.

“In a way, it is an appreciation of the work of all the coaches in our academy and at the same time perhaps a challenge for the other boys at Baník,” Belak explained in an interview with Banik Ostrava’s official club website.

“We had a player under a contract, but it would be pointless to prevent him from leaving. Even the player’s desire to try such an experience is completely understandable.

“An agreement has been reached with Inter and all we can do now is wish for him to do well in Italy and to give a good advertisement for all of Baník.”

Grygar is the latest in a long line of young players who Inter have added to their ranks during the course of the transfer window. Inter have also signed the likes of Georgios Vagiannidis from Panathinaikos as well as Bulgarian youngster Nikola Iliev.