Young Inter striker Martin Satriano has spoken about the influence of several role models among his teammates for club and country.

In an interview with Inter TV, reported by FCInter1908, the Uruguayan gave high praise to Nerazzurri teammates Romelu Lukaku and Lautaro Martinez, and to national teammates Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani, crediting the older players with helping his game develop.

Satriano has enjoyed an impressive pre-season, building off a strong campaign with the Primavera side last season to win may admirers by performing well and scoring multiple goals throughout the Nerazzurri’s pre-season so far.

The 20-year-old is far from the finished article, but the potential that he has as a striker is there for all to see.

In Contrast to the burgeoning talent which Satriano himself possesses, he plays and trains alongside strikers who have already established themselves as being among the best in the world for Inter and Uruguay.

The 20-year-old acknowledged this, stating “Suarez and Cavani in Uruguay, and here, Lukaku and Lautaro are the strongest. In attack I am in good company.”