Inter midfielder Stefano Sensi plans to cut his vacation time short in order to attend pre-season training starting Thursday.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that the Italian wants to impress in the pre-season training camp as soon as it commences.

The 25-year-old will be among the players most eager to catch they eye of new manager Simone Inzaghi, as he targets a revival of his fortunes after being sidelined for long spells during the past two seasons through injuries.

Sensi arrived at the Giuseppe Meazza from Sassuolo in the summer of 2019, and after initially impressing in Antonio Conte’s first team, had his progress hindered by unfortunately-timed injuries.

This has been a theme during the midfielder’s first two seasons with the Nerazzurri, with the player frustrated to be reduced to a bit-part player during the club’s Scudetto triumph last season.

Now fully on the mend from the thigh injury which ruled him out of the Euros with Italy, Sensi’s priority is to begin his next season, the first under Inzaghi, on a positive note, and he appears willing to sacrifice part of his holiday in order to make sure he can be at his best for next season.