Young Inter striker Martin Satriano spoke of his delight at being involved with the first team and lining up alongside Lautaro Martinez during today’s preseason friendly against Parma.

The 20-year-old was named as a starter by coach Simone Inzaghi and partnered Martinez in attack, as Inter prepared for the defence of the their Scudetto with a 2-0 win at the Stadio Ennio Tardini.

Speaking to Inter TV at the conclusion of the victory, and as reported by, the Uruguayan was pleased to have been afforded minutes and to join Argentina international Martinez up front.

“I’m happy to continue playing and get minutes in this shirt. We are working well and I am very happy. We (Martinez) had a good time, it’s nice to play with players of this level,” Satriano claimed.

The former Nacional striker admitted that it was a step up in quality after featuring prominently for Inter’s Primavera squad over the past 18 months, but revealed he was being supported by compatriot and first team midfielder Matias Vecino.

“It is very different, I played with players of the highest level and you can feel the change in standard. My aim is try to improve as much as possible and keep developing. Vecino is helping me with this,” he added.