Inter midfielder Radja Nainggolan has spoken about his personal drive to approach football with a winning mentality no matter which team he plays for.

In an interview with Sky Sport Italia, as reported by FCInter1908, the Belgian affirmed his attitude about his situation, with a move away to Cagliari rumoured.

The 33-year-old spent last season on loan with the Rossoblu, and has been linked with a stay in Sardinia on a permanent basis.

The player is not thought to have a future with the Nerazzurri at the moment, though for the time being nothing is certain about his future, and for the player this means that he is prepared to commit to any club he ends up playing at next season.

About links to Cagliari he had this to say:

“I don’t know what will happen yet,”he said. “Things are moving along. I think I could stay at Cagliari, but there are so many things, so many details left to attend to, things to talk about. Let’s see how it will turn out.”

About rumours that his former manager Luciano Spalletti has been in contact with him, he said this of the Italian, now manager of Napoli:

“Spalletti at Napoli can make real progress. Napoli have good players and could be trouble for anyone.”

Regarding Cagliari and Inter, the Belgian was clear about what his attitude is, stating the following:

“I always do my best wherever I am, today I don’t know where my future will be. If I end up at Cagliari, I will try to help Cagliari reach as high as possible. If it will be at Inter, because today I am an Inter player, I will try to take my chances.”