Matteo Darmian has thanked two Inter teammates for their priceless leadership skills in the Nerazzurri’s dressing room.
Inter are on course to win their first league title in 11 years, with Antonio Conte’s side now 11 points clear at the top of the table.
Darmian made his own decisive contribution last Sunday when he scored the winning goal to secure Inter victory at home to Cagliari.
Asked to pick out the two most important leaders in the Nerazzurri’s squad, the Italian told Inter TV: “We’re all leaders in our own way, but if I have to choose one I’d say Samir Handanovic, our captain.
“I would also say Aleksandar Kolarov, who always has the right thing to say at the right moment.”
Darmian then offered further insight into Inter’s dressing room dynamics, revealing which player was in charge of music and which player had the most elegant dress sense.
“Lautaro Martinez is the one who plays the music,” the full-back revealed.
“He often puts on Latin music in our dressing room.
“Danilo D’Ambrosio is our most elegant player.”
Darmian also discussed his plans for when he finishes his playing career and whether he could be tempted to begin a career in coaching.
“I don’t think I see myself as a coach, but never say never,” the 31-year-old admitted.
“I’d like to stay in football whatever I do.”
Darmian has made 28 appearances for Inter since joining from Parma last summer, scoring three goals and three assists in all competitions.