Inter striker Joaquin Correa believes that the Nerazzurri are prepared for a strong performance in this evening’s Serie A clash with Bologna at the San Siro.

Speaking to Italian broadcaster SportMediaset, the Argentine gave the view that his team can bounce back from Wednesday’s disappointing Champions League defeat at the hands of Real Madrid and take three points in their fourth Serie A fixture of the season.

Inter got off to a strong start before the international break, winning two league matches from two, but after the resumption they drew away at Sampdoria before a disappointing start to their Champions League campaign losing 1-0 to a last-minute winner from Carlo Ancelotti’s Real Madrid.

However, performances have remained encouraging, and Correa believes that the Nerazzurri can bounce back to get their Serie A season back on track when they host Bologna later today.

On when he will be able to make his first start the Argentine said, “When the coach decides, I’ll be ready. Playing at San Siro was a great thing, when I came here and saw the stadium it made me feel crazy.”

“Now I’m going to play, do well and try to make everyone happy,” he went on. “We know of the difficulties of this game, if we give up an inch they make you pay for it. But we will be 100% ready to take three points.”

Of Nerazzurri coach Simone Inzaghi he said, “When we were at Lazio together Inzaghi helped me a lot with many things. He knows what I can give him and he knows I’m available to give my best. I want to win.”

On his trial period with Inter he said, “As a child I had this dream and many things pushed me to come here.”

Correa closed with a word on his club and international teammate Lautaro Martinez, stating, “We get along great, we hope to continue on with this team as well as with our other teammates.”