Inter midfielder Stefano Sensi discussed the Nerazzurri’s impressive 2-1 win over Spezia earlier today in an interview with Italian broadcaster Sky Sports Italia after the game.
“The win was very important and we are happy. Above all, I feel good physically and I’m happy. Spezia play well, they’re a difficult team, but the important thing was to get the three points.”
The 25-year-old Italian then touched on how the Milanese club were better in the second half.
“All of us want to win, in the locker room we talk to each other and look for solutions to improve. On a personal level, it’s very important to put minutes in my legs, to increase the intensity. I try to look after myself well and be as healthy as possible.”
The 25-year-old Sensi, who is contracted to the Nerazzurri until 2024, has made eight appearances across all competitions so far this season, for a total of 226 minutes.
He has struggled with fitness this campaign, suffering from muscle problems that kept him out of seven games across the league and Champions League.
The former Sassuolo midfielder started off his career in Milan well last season, scoring three goals and providing four assists in the first six games, but then he suffered an injury against Juventus which ended up plaguing his season.
Inter’s win means that they are still second in the Serie A table after 13 games, hot on the heels of rivals and league leaders AC Milan, who also won this afternoon.