Inter youngster Samuele Mulattieri has been discussing his time on loan away from the club and whether he thinks he will be in the first team next season, according to a report in the Italian print media.

Speaking during an interview with Corriere dello Sport, the young forward who is currently on loan at Crotone suggested he is only focusing on his time at Crotone right now rather than the future.

“I just want to do well with Crotone, I’m focused on the present. We’ll see next year.”

Crotone have a young coach this season and they also have the youngest squad out of anyone in Serie B. Samuele Mulattieri does not class himself as one of the more experienced players though.

“I don’t know, of course I am convinced that I’ve had an important impact. I hope to continue like this.”

The 21-year-old has scored an impressive seven goals in nine games for the Rossoblu this season, including Coppa Italia fixtures. He is hoping to continue that form, saying: ”

Samuele Mulattieri appears to be a versatile forward which is something that Simone Inzaghi could find a lot of use for in the future.

“I like to play both as a single striker and with a close teammate, I am always available to the coach, regardless of how the team is playing.”